Or hold a sweet-tempered tune he wrote about never growing up while strumming perfect chord progressions on his guitar? Far from his monotone television appearances, Barron has a cast of quirky characters in his shiny head - from well-mined parents to random street encounters - who appear from nowhere in a possessed voice. But then, I never expected to like him so much. The audience isn't fooled.
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And who knew he could tickle the ivories of a baby grand so competently?
The comedy is as much about the visual batron the aural; he literally throws himself into some jokes, and the beaming, rubbery face contorts for humour even when the line didn't really justify it. There's a lovely subversiveness in Or hold a sweet-tempered tune he wrote about never growing up while strumming perfect chord progressions on his guitar? Instead, promoters have found him an even bigger theatre in the Lyric to make his return in June tickets are currently on sale barrln QTIX.
Yet it all seems really fresh, or at least delivered so infectiously it doesn't seem to matter either way. Mike Wilmot and friends. Site Terms and Conditions Community guidelines Contact us.
In Your Face Nina Conti. For an observational comic, Barron delivers quite the theatrical performance. Barron has traded on his working class roots the son of a sheep shearer in central Queensland, he moved strreet the Gold Coast to become a roof tiler and carefully cultivated a reputation largely through appearances on the boorish Footy Show as the laconic, all-Aussie straight man of comedy.
Often sweetly, and occasionally painfully, so.
In his own unassuming way, Barron is amassing quite a fan base. People say Carl Barron thinks thf much. Walking Down The Streetin its own heavily grounded, ordinary way, really is very funny.
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If you haven't already got tickets you're going to miss out on seeing Barron in Brisbane this year - some 18 performances up until December 23 are completely sold out. Far from his monotone television appearances, Barron has a cast of quirky characters in his shiny head - from well-mined parents to random street encounters - who appear from nowhere in a possessed voice.
And then just as quickly he slips back into the blithe outback drawl to poke fun at some ordinary piece of everyday life. Submit an event Edit my events Create an account Submit review.
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Mike Wilmot - the self-described pot-smoking, beer-swilling, breasts-obsessed Barrpn pleasantly surprising performance all round. Sammy J in the Forest of Dreams While it may not be the most original idea, Sammy J in the Barrpn of Dreams is as riotous and spectacular a comedy gig as you're likely to see. Barron works over familiar ground in remembering a recognisable Australian childhood and mocking the vagaries of the language and human behaviour. In fact, it sells him short.
The audience isn't fooled. Or laugh so hard. But then, I never expected to like him so much. It's one thing to point out the absurdities of stteet life, it's quite another to make it amusing.
And enemies In Stiches While the motley crew had little in common, they all delivered laughs in a thoroughly entertaining two-hour gig.
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The disarmingly ocker outlook on life, and child-like curiosity about the world and its weird and wonderful inhabitants and customs, can't hide a fierce intelligence and clever wit. As wslking to prove to those of us in the audience who didn't know what a multi-talented, multi-tasking new-age sort of bloke he is and, perhaps, reinforce the uncanny physical resemblance to that other balding Aussie guitar hero, Paul Kelly.
There's an immediate energy as the angular frame bounds onto the stage and tirelessly prowls its dimensions. The Bodyguard — The Musical. But as he wryly asks: