Being the stereotypical broke Uni student that I am, I’m always on the lookout for cheap gigs. When I heard that Pist Idiots were going to be sweating on the stage at the Cambridge Hotel I knew that it was a night that couldn’t be missed.Read More
I'm still waiting for Ryan to arrive.Read More
It was the first night of winter and it felt like it had been raining for ten years. Then Big Dog Comedy came along to warm us all up with side-splitting hilarity and the usual quirky audience interactions.Read More
DZ Deathrays played a sold out show last night at The Cambridge Hotel. Boat Show, These New South Whales and Clowns supported DZ, playing to a packed room of sweaty punters moshing in circle pits from start to finish.
Take a look at our gallery from the night. All photos taken by Brooke Tunbridge.
It’s the eve of the long weekend and almost everyone feels a million bucks to be out of work for 4 whole days. Thank God or Dog for bringing out a very eclectic ensemble of comedic performers to usher us into the chocolatey goodness of Easter.Read More
In only its 3rd show at this location; in a part of town that hasn’t seen much comedy since Nathan Tinkler; Big Dog Comedy got all loved up at Prince Of Wales Hotel Merewether on 14th February.Read More
And so this is Christmas…and for Big Dog Pod comedy enthusiasts this means an extra treat for being good all year thanks to the host with the most Andrew Milos.Read More
The last Friday of the month has rolled around again and this time Big Dog Pod takes centre stage at The Happy WombatRead More
When you walk into a room as the only guy amongst 9 women, you know you are going to have zero control over what is about to happen... that's how my night began for Ali Barter at the Small Ballroom.Read More
Big Dog Pod is the fairly recent but heaps Newy comedy institution behind Laughing Stock Comedy Gala bringing the pod out of the burrow and into one of Newcastle’s best designed dining et arts location; The Edwards. Starting off as a live podcast in a bookstore the Dog has grown into its first ever big venue comedy gala and its frothin’ at the bit with seasoned comedians at a decent $10 ticket price on this occasion.Read More
There was a warmth of familiarity as I entered Central on King Street last Saturday night. Despite the size of the venue, it was overflowing with the kind of intimacy that only comes with empathy and shared stories. The tables were full and yet, it was like we all knew each other, somehow. As though Cecilia connected us. And as it turned out, she really did.Read More