079: Julia Clarke – From Adelaide Raw to Edinburgh Fringe

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Australian comedian Julia Clarke has achieved much in first nine years of stand-up comedy. A two time winner of South Australia Raw Comedy, and Edinburgh Fringe Festival performer, Julia is also one of the nicest stand-up comedians on the Adelaide comedy scene. In this School of Hard Knock Knocks podcast episode, comedian Julia Clarke and host Morry Morgan discuss getting …

077: Chris Franklin – Laughs of Launnie and Aussie comedy festivals

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Chris Franklin is a stalwart of Australian comedy. A 21 year comic veteran, Chris has not only witnessed the comedy industry grow, but has been instrumental in that growth. And so it should come to no surprise that Chris is behind the latest Australian comedy festival, ‘Laughs of Launnie‘. From March 18 to 24, 2019, and smack bang between the …

067: Gerry Masi – Character comedy with Mad Dog Malcolm

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A wig, flairs, and a fake moustache, and Mad Dog Malcolm Cummings was born. The creation of Australian comedian, Gerry Masi, Mad Dog is part crooner, part playboy, with a light splattering of sleaze. Together, he’s a hilarious 1970s character, that is all too familiar. In this School of Hard Knock Knocks podcast episode, host Morry Morgan talks to comedian …

056: Ross Voss – Building the Adelaide comedy community

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Australian comedian Ross Voss is an Adelaide based comedian and room runner. With over 10 years in comedy, and experience producing shows at the Adelaide Fringe, as well as Cranker Comedy, Ross knows comedy – and Adelaide. In this interview comedian Ross Voss sheds light on the Adelaide comedy scene, provides advice for newbie comedians who are just starting out, …