Archive for October, 2017

Molotov Wednesdays

Posted: October 26, 2017 in gigs, running sheets, venues

Here’s a snapshot of my favourite spot Wednesday night — Molotov at Two Wolves  (Freddie McManus handwriting sucks). When the energy is in it this room rocks!

FaceBook event for 25-10-17

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Character Comedy Night. What a great idea from Seizure Kaiser! I’m headliner!

Anthony Locascio, Peter Gleeson, Ben Wilshaw, Kristin Boesenberg, Jonas Holt, me.

character night

Sunday 1-10-17 was great at World Bar. I had a great time working on the Glory Hole story, which maybe 6 and a half minutes or whatever.

Tonight I’m appearing at Coogee Bay Hotel (2-10-17 ). Here’s the running sheet.

MC – Brett Blake (10) – Sean Michaels (7) – Sue Thomas (7) – Kyle Legacy (7) — BREAK — MC – Brett Blake (5) – Justin Jones (7) Head Liner – Nic Capper (20)

Last night of Fringe 2017

Posted: October 1, 2017 in festivals, gigs, venues

sue at hilarium fringe

Caption is quote from Ray Cashman on FaceBook: “Is there anything better in Sydney Comedy than watching an intimate audience exposed to Sue Thomas for the first time?”  Very funny.

Had a great time checking out the (Un)Australian show and the Funniest Shorts show at the Factory Theatres (which I was in — In Corey Farrell’s Womb Cop). Then I had to make a mercy dash down King Street Newtown to appear in the “Nasty” show at the Hilarium.

When I got there the place was packed. The Arab showcase was very good and deserved all the attention it , was getting. I watched with pleasure: Saed, Frida, Jamal and Seizure all going at it with consummate professionalism.

I got a last minute spot at the “Nasty” show and had a lot of fun. A great way to round out the festival. Thanks to Seizure (and Rodney Todd and Corey Farrell) and the guys at Hive Bar for making this the Fringe Festival with the most Sue Thomas content so far. Full on!!!

This is what Seizure said on FaceBook: Last night the Hilarium Sydney comedy club finished up its contract with Sydney Fringe Festival and have closed its doors for now (don’t worry, we will pop up again soon). It was a fun and awesome experience for all involved.