Enjoy some shutdown-friendly live comedy with this pay-what-you-feel service
Award-winning comedian and Cher’s official support DJ for her latest Aus/NZ Tour, Andrew McClelland loves music. From chart top, indie-pop, soul and hip-hop to thrash, hard, grind and various other ‘-cores’. A celebration of music, with jokes.
“praise comes as easily as the belly laughs… You’d be hard pressed to have more fun in any other Comedy Festival show.” – The Age
“a feel-good show filled with laughter and leaves us with a sense of connection with him, each other, and our own personal mix tape.” 4.5 stars – Fringe Feed
When things are bad sometimes all you can do is laugh about it. Serious Comedy is a series of livestreamed comedy nights that lets you pay what you feel for your laughs.
The platform kicked off during the first shutdowns in March, following the eleventh-hour cancellation of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival – which was set to feature many of the comedians now performing on Serious Comedy.
Shows are performed via Zoom, and audiences can book their tickets using a pay-what-you-can system. So you can score tickets for between $5 and $30 – or even totally for free if you're currently having a hard time financially (as the arts and live performance industries have been given a walloping by the pandemic, please do pay what you're able).