Well, it’s official – The Melbourne International Comedy festival got the better of me. I tried to perform my show every night, produce four other shows, write and film Spicks and Specks, and act in a Greg Fleet-penned comedy series. By the end of it all I was delirious with tiredness, living in a daze, and only just got through the shows.
Unfortunately the last couple of blogs fell by the wayside as I attempted to get some sleep, so here is a brief wrap up.
Saturday the 17th was a show personified by Fernando – a man who was taking photos as I took to the stage, then ended up being part of the show. He claimed to be from the Phillipines, via Sydney, and looked like this:
The first surprising thing about him was his age – 50! I checked his ID and discovered that he was indeed born in 1960, and is also a qualified nurse and a scuba diver. Hello ladies.
I tweeted the photo, and asked “If this is an album cover, what should it be called?”
The answers included: