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Published May 27th 2021
Laugh out loud hilarious and a great night out
I can proudly say that I am one of the lucky few to have seen the opening act for Dog Act Comedy at the Catchment Brewing Co. I was one of the first but I definitely will not be the last. The jokes are so good they're guaranteed to keep you in a good mood and eagerly anticipating the next show every month.
Make sure to mark it in your calendar: Dog Act Comedy will be appearing at the Catchment Brewing Co on the last Wednesday of the month.
With a ticket and a drink, you've got the makings of a splendid night out. Treat yourself after a long hard month of work and fly solo or bring the whole gang and make a party out of it. This is fun for anyone and everyone. Plus, trust me, you'll regret it so much if you don't give it a chance!
Held in the cosy back setting of the Catchment Brewing Co, the very talented line-up for the very first show included:
MC Shad Wicka was an absolute superstar and held the show together. Making technical difficulties hilarious and keeping everyone in stitches. Absolutely would recommend watching or listening to anything he's got coming in the future.
Dan Dennis, bringing us to tears of laughter on the rollercoaster of a ride that is breaking up with God.
Jack Knight was an absolute delight to watch, with a ripper act and fantastic personality to boot.
Francesca Rossi-Price, a strong and powerful woman whose comedy really shines through all the cr*p of everyday life and just makes it fun.
A stellar line-up for opening night, can't wait to see what's in store each month to come!
Taylor Edwards who brought me some of my favourite punch lines from the whole night. These are the kinds of lines that pop into your head a week later and still give you a laugh. Hats off to Taylor.
Damien Power, who has got the latest scoop on all the no-longer-a-conspiracy conspiracy theories. It's funny and absurd and will leave you wanting more.
Henry Bretz bringing us the side-splitting and hard-hitting issues like the changing ways of your climate-friendly local drug dealer.
and Sandeep Totlani teaching us how the Indians reign supreme in the world of cricket and technology, and the absolute best-worst relationships. Making bad relationships so funny, I nearly want to have one just to join in on the party!
These comedians had punch lines that are so good you're bound to immediately text and tweet to your friends.
They really knew how to engage with the audience and there was a lot of on the fly crowd banter. To me, the true sign of a great comedian is to make anything funny, and with every hiccup that could come from the first-ever run of a show, these comedians took it in their stride and really turned it into a class act. If I didn't know better, I would've said the whole set-up was part of the show, it was genuinely that laugh-your-socks-off hilarious.
I expect great things from the monthly shows to come, and honestly, I'm considering making it part of my monthly routine. I would 100% back this show and would 100% recommend it to my friends. Do yourself a favour and don't miss the next show because you'll be kicking yourself for missing out!
If you want to learn more, you can check out their Instagram @DogActComedy and their Facebook for upcoming shows or if you want to follow their great line-up of comedians.