The Sum Total of our Melbourne International Comedy Festival Coverage 2011

We don’t really cover stand-up / live comedy here all that much and so, while the spotlight shines brightly on the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for the next few weeks we’ll mostly be ranting away about Chris Lilley and trying to drum up support for Tony Martin’s nerd-friendly interview show A Quiet Word With… (starts this Saturday!).

But, in a moderately impressive segue, recently Mr Martin linked on twitter to the following in-depth article. It’s well worth checking out if you actually are interested in stand-up comedy in general, and MICF in particular. Because it’s not like we have anything interesting to say on the subject.

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