In Part Two of our chat with PostSecret founder Frank Warren, we discuss a community based around confessions, dodgy web awards, the ill-fated app, and more.
The title character in Joel Tito’s comic theatre piece is a pathetic loser, but thankfully this one-man show has a larger, stranger, funnier cast.
Hannah Gadsby truly finds her voice in this ambling, intimate and ultimately profound catalogue of the routine humiliations that sculpt our outlook on life.
It’s the Case of the Youthful Prank and diligent dick Lawrence Leung is all over it in this well-done mystery show.
Frank Warren collects your secrets and posts them on the internet. We ask Warren why, after eight years and half a billion hits, people still can’t get enough handcrafted confessions.
Why bother going to see MICF stalwart Arj Barker this far in? Because he’s still adorable, funny, and enormously personable.
Don’t feel too ashamed of your opinions on race, sex, girls, guys and telemarketers in front of US comics Michael Che, Iliza Shlesinger and Pete Holmes. They’re more offensive.
One of the best, if not the best, political lectures featuring an interpretive dancing bandicoot you’ll ever see.
Confidence has done curious things to Canada’s DeAnne Smith. Let’s Do This alternates between audience-friendly shenanigans and shock comedy.