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Pop and Passion: Side B: Vinyl Revival


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Dave O’Neil invites a merry bunch of vagabonds to share with us their most treasured possessions – their record collections. Join us for a High Fidelity-style rummage through the back catalogue, as we reveal the nostalgic side (and potentially dubious musical tastes) of some of our best-loved comics –Wil Anderson, Lawrence Mooney, Justin Hamilton and Nelly Thomas.


Dave O'Neil

Dave O’Neil has been a fixture of Australian comedy for more than 20 years including appearances on Spicks and Specks and Randling. Dave is a regular on ABC TV’s Spicks and Specks and has appeared on Channel 10’s The Panel, Rove Live and Channel 10’s Comedy Festival Gala. In 2012 he appe... Read more

Justin Hamilton

At this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival Justin Hamilton performs his stand-up routine Idiot Man Child. Justin Hamilton is a stand-up comedian who’s toured Australia as part of the Melbourne Comedy Festival Roadshow from 2002 to 2008. Justin has appeared as a guest on Rove, The Gla... Read more

Lawrence Mooney

Lawrence Mooney is a stand up comedian with 18 years of experience. Last year he was awarded Best Comedy at the Melbourne Fringe and the Crikey Best of The Fest at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. He is currently appearing on Agony Uncles on ABC1. Lawrence has also been taking on less co... Read more

Nelly Thomas

Nelly Thomas has been described as one of Australia’s most natural comedians. An award-winning performer, she was listed as one of Australia’s ‘most innovative thinkers’ in the Age’s The Zone and was featured on the ABC’s Big Ideas: The Smartest Stuff on TV, Radio and On... Read more


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