Whitefellas take note – Indigenous comedy is on the rise.
Proving his ‘mob’ does indeed have a funny bone, Kevin Kropinyeri is determined to crack the mainstream and teach white (and black) audiences a thing or two in the process.
In town for his Fringe show
‘Welcome to my World’, Kevin promises a high-energy, up-tempo performance with a strong focus on family ties; after all, the biggest strength of being Aboriginal is family.
Then again, it’s also the biggest weakness, as the lads from Streetcast later found out…
With seamless banter, chilled out guests and ample lol’age,
‘The Loose Five’ is one pod pod * worth dedicating a Saturday arvo (post-Streetcast) listening to.
Presenters Marcel Blanch-de Wilt and Paul K Stalenhoef unite every week to record, usually at Marcel’s house, producing some quality com com
* for their fans’ earholes.
Duly recognised as a ‘New and Noteworthy’ podcast on iTunes, keep an eye out for Loose Five-related merchandise and possible cult expeditions.
Until then, as Streetcast’s Tom Angley uncovered, you’ll have to make do with their
upcoming live show at the Crown and Anchor on February 5…
Rugby fan and son of a KGB spy (sort of,) Lewis Dowell has been performing stand-up comedy in Adelaide for the past six months and is this year competing in the . RAW Comedy Competition
To hone in his skills,
Lewis has been performing regularly at the Cranka Comedy nights alongside his buddies/rivals, and Patrick Maynell . Nick Skeer
Before jetting off to Sydney,
Lewis found time to drop into the studios to talk to Radio Adelaide about his comedy career and other important aspects of his life… Mason Krollig
Lewis Dowell will be performing stand-up next in Heat 4 of the , RAW Comedy Competition Wednesday 30 at the th of January Rhino Room. (Doors open at 7pm.)
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It’s the year 2113. You look around the garden at old relics of one hundred years ago.
Look at these stupid things – ‘cars’, ‘mobile phones’, ‘disposable cups’, ‘advertising’ and ‘reality television’. What the?
How foolish the people of yester-year must have been!
Welcome to the world of
‘2013: When We Were Idiots’ – an interactive collaborative art exhibition happening at Gluttony during the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Jennie Lenman wanted to find out more, so she had a chat with comedian and artist, Xavier Toby.
Artists are invited to submit work before January 31 2013 for a chance to win cash prizes. Get your entry form
For info about Graceful Productions –
Xavier’s solo show
White Trash is also on at Gluttony from February 15.
Torture porn and noir: together at last.
and Wolf Creek, The Musical team up for a Fringe preview show spectacular this Radio Noir Tuesday at the Arkaba, and their unique styles promises a memorable night for those willing to see something a little different.
Few would have predicted turning notorious horror film Wolf Creek into a musical, while others may be surprised at just how effective old school radio and sketch comedy can be.
Radio Noir‘s Bridget Fahey and Wolf Creek, The Musical‘s James McCann join Streetcast’s Tom Angley to explain how they’re handling the build-up to the Fringe…
Although it may have briefly cost him his sanity, Marcus Doherty’s decision to lock himself away in his family’s holiday house for a week paid dividends.
Seven days later, he emerged with a near-completed script of ‘A Laughing Matter’, a six-part sketch comedy series that took just over a year to complete.
Debuting this Wednesday on Channel 44, the show is a testament to Adelaide’s promising young actors, comedians and filmmakers.
Marcus and fellow actor and co-writer Leigh Qurban give Streetcast’s Tom Angley a behind the scenes look at what lies ahead…
Oh and remember to help Marcus and co get
7 BILLION LIKES by Wednesday!
Don’t let the big red nose and face paint fool you – getting a laugh out of Frehd Southern-Starr is tougher than it looks.
When she’s not blowing bubbles as her ‘Frehd Astarr’ clown alter ago, Frehd runs SA’s Raw Comedy events, organising entrants and ensuring stand-up novices are well looked after.
Frehd, who’s ran Raw Comedy for the past decade, says the competition is a great platform for aspiring comics to strut their stuff, though she’s quick to point out that it’s not the end of the world if you don’t make it all the way to the Melbourne final.
In fact, hearing Frehd giggle in the crowd might be the ultimate prize after all…
Keen to compete? Check out Raw Comedy’s