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Comedy Festival 2019

Meet the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival winners

Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2020 is happening from March 25 until April 19. For more info, head to the MICF website. 

Review: Nazeem Hussain is no idiot in 'Basic Idiot'

Nazeem Hussain's Basic Idiot runs until Sunday April 12 as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Review: ‘Philly Philly Wang Wang’ is like going to a school where silliness is the curriculum

Philly Philly Wang Wang is running until Saturday 21 April at ACMI - Below, as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Nine underrated Comedy Festival acts you can’t miss

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival is on until Sunday April 21. Head to the festival website to grab your ticks. 

Review: Ben Gaylard's 'Bright Side and Suicide' was a refreshing approach to discussing mental illness

Ben Gaylard's Bright Side and Suicide runs until Saturday April 20 as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Ron Funches discovered his worth from his first full-length comedy special

Venue: Comic’s Lounge Dates: Tuesday April 16 – Saturday April 20 Prices: $36 – $49.90

Review: Arj Barker's comedic expertise shines through in 'We Need To Talk'

Arj Barker's We Need To Talk is running until Sunday April 21 as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Review: Jimeoin's charisma captures the room in 'Result!'

Jimeoin's Result! runs until Sunday April 21 (bar Mondays) as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Review: Jack Tucker's 'Comedy Standup Hour' is frenetically funny

Jack Tucker's Comedy Standup Hour runs on Friday April 19 and Saturday April 20 as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Review: Zach & Viggo is high energy and utterly hilarious

Zach & Viggo's Thunderflop! is running until Sunday April 21 as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

'Kings of Comedy' is like a comedy blind date

Kings of Comedy: Live and Uncensored is on at Colonial Hotel from Thursday April 11 - Saturday April 13, Thursday April 18 and Saturday April 20 as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Simon Hughes' 'Man vs Meth' is dark, cheeky and completely ruthless

Catch Simon Hughes' Man vs Meth at Colonial Hotel on Friday April 12, Saturday April 13 and Saturday April 20 as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival. 

The Soothplayers’ ‘Completely Improvised Shakespeare’ is a demonstration of teamwork, wit and charm

Catch Soothplayers' Completely Improved Shakespeare until Sunday April 21, bar Wednesdays, at Trades Hall as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival. 

Dilruk Jayasinha's 'Cheat Day(s)' had the audience eating out of the palm of his hand

Catch Dilruk Jayasinha's Cheat Day(s) until Sunday April 21 at The Victoria Hotel as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival. 

Review: Jolly Goodfellow's 'One Big Story' lets us into his heart

Catch Jolly Goodfellow aka Rumpel's One Big Story at Storyville Melbourne as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival until Sunday April 21.