CARL BARRON DVD LAUNCH TOUR
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A LIVE COMEDY PERFORMANCE BY CARL BARRON, BUT NOT NEW MATERIAL. IT IS A RETURN PERFORMANCE OF HIS HIT SHOW “A ONE ENDED STICK” TO LAUNCH THE DVD.
Be part of history as Carl returns to launch his new DVD “A One Ended Stick”. The classic Troy stories, worms, acid, ants, and being Carl Barron are all explored in this exclusive final performance where you can be the first to pick up a copy of the brand new DVD before it hits the shelves! Carl will even come out after the show and sign your copy for you! A very special one off event not to be missed!
Tue Oct 22 - Princess Theatre, Melbourne - 136 100 ticketmaster.com.au
Fri Oct 25 - QPAC, Brisbane - 136 246 qpac.com.au
Sat Oct 27 - Festival Theatre, Adelaide - 131 246 bass.net.au
Thu Oct 31 - Riverside Theatre, Perth - 132 849 ticketek.com.au
Sun Nov 3 - State Theatre, Sydney - 136 100 ticketmaster.com.au
For more information visit alist.com.au/carlbarron
Superman vs The Hulk - The Justice Lease, Episode 2 (by SevereComedy)
EPISODE 2: Superman vs The Hulk - The Justice Lease
The Hulk (James Shepherd) is introduced to the household as tension heightens amidst the superfriends. Superman appeals to Hulk’s intellect to see if he can help get Batman to his beloved premiere. With the way the Man of Steel reviews are going, it’s going to need all the help it can get!
If you want to erase THIS particular image of Jason Alexander from your memory you should probably buy tickets to see him on his Australian Tour this month…
Thursday July 18 - QPAC, Brisbane - Buy Tickets
Friday July 19 - WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong - Buy Tickets
Saturday July 20 - Enmore Theatre, Sydney - SOLD OUT
Tuesday July 23 - Canberra Theatre - Buy Tickets
Wednesday July 24 - Saturday July 27
The Palms at Crown, Melbourne - Buy Tickets
For more information visit alist.com.au/jasonalexander
If you’d like to win tickets to the show AND a backstage meet and greet with Jason himself, check out our facebook page for more details!
Man of Steel - The Justice Lease, Episode 1 (by SevereComedy)
With the stress of the upcoming release of “Man of Steel”, his latest blockbuster, “Homemaker” Superman (Paul Ayre) really shouldn’t have to be relegated to household chores. However, being less popular than Batman (after the success of his Dark Knight trilogy) he’s not exactly someone everyone is clamouring to be saved by at the moment.
It could be worse. He could be Aquaman.
Having been exiled from Atlantis after it became a democracy, Aquaman (Dave Eastgate) left the sea and joined the Justice Lease in Australia. Unfortunately powers like “superfast swimming” and “talking to marine reptiles” are largely redundant on land and render him effectively useless on the crime fighting front. So now he’s battling depression and self-worth issues. He looks up to Batman, and hopes that one day he could be an extra in the next Batman movie.
Batman (Andrew Steel) is like the absentee father figure… and Superman hates it. He effortlessly picks up women as he spends the day fighting crime, a job Superman believes he is infinitely better at. Superman believes that if he didn’t have to do all the cooking and cleaning, he could do a much better job of saving the world than Batman. He’s just not the one the public want to see. The Man of Steel movie should change that.
The Hulk (James Shepherd) is caught amidst these embattled egos as he struggles to solve his radiation problem. He couldn’t really care less who gets to go out and stop crime on a daily basis, as long as his meals are provided and no one makes him angry. He doesn’t like himself when he’s angry.
According to wikipedia A Country Practice is the third most successful program in the history of the Logie Awards having won 29 awards during its twelve years of production. It wasn’t just your average soap opera, it covered topical issues such as youth unemployment, suicide, drug addiction, HIV/AIDS and terminal illness as well as indigenous Australians and their place in modern society. Pretty heavy stuff for the 80s & early 90s. It may have also been the first show on Australian TV who’s most popular character was a wombat (there are no statistics backing this up, but come on, who doesn’t love Fatso?!).
We are now giving you the chance to return to Wandin Valley and relive this classic Australian drama - we’ve got 5 “A Country Practice Seasons 1-6: The Early Years” to giveaway.
To enter simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “A Country Practice” and tell us in 25 words or less why you want to return to Wandin Valley.
Have your entries in by 5pm Friday June 7 and we will announce the winners on facebook and twitter on Tuesday June 11.