A supreme night of cutting edge comedy Michael Workman answers the question “Can Goths be funny?” The answer is yes, but who asked that question remains a mystery. It was probably the wind. Actually, I’m a little scared.

Michael has achieved things. In his first six months as a comedian he had already won the national Raw Comedy competition and been flown to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to perform. If you think that’s good you should have seen the shoes he bought while he was there.

Michael then toured the country performing at comedy clubs to packed houses, honing the “skills” he needs to do his “job”. Upon his return to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival his 2011 show, “Humans are Beautiful” won the coveted ‘Best New Comer’ Award, putting him on the comedy map. The rave reviews and industry praise, paved the way to sell out seasons in Sydney and Perth.

Workman continues producing surreal and hilarious comedy. He is defined by his clever and often absurd humour, which has set him apart from his contemporaries.

His 2012 Melbourne comedy festival received ★★★★ – Herald Sun

“People need to go and see Michael Workman” The Pun

“His attitude, and his thoughtful imagery, sticks with you long after you’ve left the venue. Impressive stuff, indeed.” Chortle

“Must see territory” Timeout Melbourne.

“Workman is clearly a precociously talented comic” Timeout Sydney

“Equal parts brilliant and bizarre, Michael is one of the most original voices on the scene in years. If Nick Cave did stand-up it would look like this.” Wil Anderson

With Jay Sullivan – Currently touring nationally with Akmal, Jay is dubbed by his fellow comedians as “something special”. His two albums: “Whatever Suits” and “The Drunk Monk Recording” document his diverse style, Jay Sullivanability and appeal.

“…Sullivan gets things rolling with his tales of woeful poverty, and amorous mining adventures with Gina Rinehart…”Herald Sun

Jay Sullivan performed the funniest banana eating sketch I’ve seen…”The Age

“The highlight of the night was Jay Sullivan with his Tiny Dancer routine…”City News