Let’s face it, it’s going to be amazing. Immersive theatre, in general, is an experience like no other, and when you take into account the incredible cast they’ve got lined up, this is an event not to be missed.
Win a $250 Deep Grey Gift Card covers a professional photographic sitting (valued at $150) for as many loved ones as the winner would like, with an amazing $100 credit put towards their stunning portraits.
We get ready to monkey about on May 9th! Thanks to The Good Guide for this great write-up about Comedy Commentary Cinema: A*P*E at the new venue – Saccharomyces Beer Cafe! You can read it here!
Our next event is roughly a month away, but in the meantime, let’s look at some facts about our upcoming film to get people in the mood: John Wilson’s book ‘The Official Razzie Movie Guide‘ which covers the Golden Raspberry Awards celebrating the worst in film has the ape from A*P*E on its front cover. The movie…
If you’re at a loose end this evening, then pop along to King George Square at 18:30 for Convince Me! featuring Steven Morgan!
The times they are a-changing, and so are we! Our next event will be at the frankly magnificent Sacchyromeces Beer Cafe in South Brisbane. We would like to thank the Milk Factory for all of their help and support over the last year, and look forward to trying the ridiculously delicious beer selection SBC have on offer….
“I really enjoy the communion that happens from people being able to mutually make fun of the same thing at the same time. It comes down to the dynamics of friendships.”
You know how some people are so talented in so many ways that just thinking of them makes you sick? Deep down you know you should encourage their way of living and see it as inspirational, but there’s always a part of you that just wants to grab their jowls and shout “Stop being so great at everything, you massive twat!”. Ryan Sim is one of those.
Win 2 Double Passes to our next event this Wed!
After the DOA review, I did another couple of guest appearances on the Second Take Podcast, one reflecting on Steven Seagal and how to save him and one talking purely about Comedy Commentary Cinema. Zane, Sebastian and Alex have got a great thing going on, go check them out.
In true CCC tradition, when Steve guested on the Second Take Podcast, he was there to review a terrible, terrible film. DOA: Dead Or Alive, so bad they named it twice in case you nodded off after the first time. You can listen to the Podcast online here.
The last word should have been Mail, but that would have ruined the alliteration. Anyway, here’s that article from the newspaper now up on the Courier Mail website.