Congratulations to Jack Levy aka Elliot Goblet and Mitchell Faircloth aka Slim Whittle co-founders and hosts of Crimson Goat Cabaret Club and all the artists who contributed to this world class celebration of comedy last Sunday night at Melbourne’s iconic Ormond Hall.
MC Marty Fields set the bar high for the evening with his dry, caustic humour and the vibe remained on the rise resulting in explosions of laughter from start to finish.
Tina Del Twist aka Wes Snelling was next to glide onto the stage and hold us spell bound with her cool jazz / blues vocals, laced with a hint of Boy George and just a pinch of Edna Everidge, looking absolutely glamorous in her stunning attire. Pure class.
The Great Condos (Daniel Oldaker and Rani Huszar) who specialise in circus and magic and are also well known to reflect “A peak of physical comedy”. Well, I got to say, that is an understatement and yes, that is the beautiful Rani folded up into that little box. And yes, the lid was shut and Daniel stood on top of it for our viewing pleasure.
Next on the bill was the acclaimed award winning comedian Asher Treleaven whipping up a sexual storm with his erotic manoeuvres.
The night climaxed with Chris “The Bloke” Franklin relating about the pros and cons of being a new age Aussie bloke. He ended this hilarious evening by singing his number one platinum hit on the ARIA charts “Bloke” and it hasn’t left my head since..wow Chris.
Finally, I would like to give Mitchell Faircloth extra special thanks and recognition in appreciation for his creation of the CRIMSON GOAT COMIC BOOK.