Covid has hit everyone hard, but amongst the hardest hit have been live performers – and comedy-starved audiences! As venues begin to open up again, comedytorrent.tv is delivering amazing live shows at The Factory Theatre in Marrickville, Sydney, and beaming them to eyeballs around the world via Twitch.
comedytorrent.tv is the brainchild of More Talent and Twitch. Millions of people come together on Twitch in real time every day to chat, interact, and make their own entertainment together, and after a cracking first round we’re thrilled to present a second huge series of four stand-up comedy gala shows ,with a live audience in the theatre, that are also streamed live to planet earth. Continue reading STAND UP COMEDY NIGHTS @ THE FUSEBOX, FACTORY THEATRE: TEN DOUBLE PASSES→
This performance found Austen Tayshus in his usual belligerent mood.
He started by giving his fanciful spiel that this is his last tour and that he is going to hang up the microphone and return to his day job as a dentist. He soon went on to tell us that he is being paid $50,000 by producer David Spicer. We soon work out not to believe a word he says.
During the show Austen Tayshus picked out various members of the audience to spar with. These interactions had mixed results. One audience member whom he regularly picked out claimed to have a sore throat and ,as much as Austen Tayshus tried, he could not get any further response from him. Continue reading AUSTEN TAYSHUS : NEVER AGAIN @ THE BONDI PAVILION→
There’s a new comedy venue in town. It’s called The Den, it’s in the Chippendale Hotel, and after seeing THE REALITY BANDIT WITH C.J. Delling there last night, I’d say it’s well worth a visit.
When you rock up to the venue the first thing you notice is a sign saying Under New Management. The food is good, generous, and very reasonable and there’s a good atmosphere. Then you descend stairs reminiscent of the Fitz Theatre and you discover a neat, comfortable little live venue. Then, right on time, (not always the case), the show starts. All good so far, but is this going to be another comedienne who thinks shock and poor taste equate to comedy or will there be something clever as well as funny? Yes, yes, YES! Continue reading C.J.Delling in Reality Bandit→
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