1. It’s the only festival show featuring Melbourne musical comedy legend Rusty Berther from the Scared Weird Little Guys.
2. Diversity. The show features an eclectic mix of guys and girls, musical instruments and musical styles.
3. It’s the only festival show where you can see Elena Gabrielle from The Shuffle Show, Darren Freak, 6ft Fairy aka Melinda King, Raw Comedy state finalist Rohan Windle and Stew Walker.
4. It’s another chance to enjoy fantastic acts you may have already seen during the festival such as Claire Healy and Andy Moratis.
5. Chapel Off Chapel is a sensational venue renowned for presenting top-flight entertainment. It’s just a minute away from Chapel Street’s dining and nightlife options so you can make a night of it, and a short tram ride away from the city.
1 Night Stand: A Musical Comedy Showcase is on at Chapel off Chapel on April 2
For more Information go to the MICF Website
1. I do a sing in it. You can also do a sing in it. We shall share the doing of the singing. We like sharing. There is lots of that.
2. The show includes a bottle of gin and a piano. The good thing about writing your own show is that you can put all of your favourite things in it. (Previous shows have included copious amounts of chocolate digestives and a Galaxy bar hidden in my cleavage.) This show also includes a princess dress and a matching ladies rape alarm which was a present from the London Police. Such nice chaps…
3. There is lots of silly. And bribery. Sometimes these happen simultaneously.
4. There are serious educational elements, such as ‘how you are failing at life according to facebook’ and ‘how to truly woo the ladies.’ The latter section includes detailed information on scarves and dinosaurs. Sexy. You know it.
5. The show ends in a mass game of Never Have I Ever, where we learn weird things about each other. Past shows have included ‘Never Have I Ever drawn lipstick on a man during a tantric session’ and ‘Never Have I Ever accidentally drunk a tropical fish in a glass of milk.’ I’m looking forward to finding out what you cheeky Melbournites have been up to…
A Bit of an Overshare by Claire Healy is on at The Butterfly Club til April 12