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Time Out reviews the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

We've laughed until our faces hurt to bring you our top picks of the festival so far

While we may not be able to see all 500-odd shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, we do try our best to catch us much comedy as possible. We'll be updating this page with reviews as they come in, so you don't miss the must-see funnypeople.

Lauren Bok: Is That A Burrito In Your Pocket Or Are You Just Happy You Have A Burrito

Lauren Bok: Is That A Burrito In Your Pocket Or Are You Just Happy You Have A Burrito

This show is not about burritos. Let’s get that out of the way right now. But like a burrito, this fresh effort from Melbourne-based comedian (notcomedienne) Lauren Bok is all about piecing together the unwieldy mess that is human existence, one short-sighted decision at a time, adjusting expectations and evolving.

Ross Noble: Brain Dump

Ross Noble: Brain Dump

It would be a waste of time to describe Ross Noble by pulling apart the highs and lows of his opening night set, as chances are the line-up of jokes will be drastically different for each of his four Comedy Festival shows. So then, how can we talk about his latest show Brain Dumpwithout actually talking about the show? 

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