Wolf Creek, The Musical and Radio Noir team up for a Fringe preview show spectacular this 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…
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…
For those on the receiving end, prank calls can cause much more than embarrassment and confusion.
Sadly, sometimes such pranks end in tragedy – and although no one could have predicted a joke, albeit a lame one, could have turned deadly, fierce debate has erupted over whether radio prank calls should be banned altogether.
Vowing to never stoop so low as to actually prank call someone themselves, Jennie, Danni and Tom nonetheless have a go at discussing why radio stunts are used, the laws surrounding them and what constitutes an arguably ‘socially acceptable’ prank…