please follow up some of the reviews our ticket winners wrote to reflect on the staging: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/travelling.html
Tritia DeVisha: "the show was 1 out of 10. I found it very cringeworthy, and it reminded me of a couple of drunk guys at a party who are just laughing too hard at their own jokes but weren’t at all funny. The delivery & performance was loose, material was weak, good topics but overall it missed the mark as their points and delivery wasn’t funny. It would be good if the actors weren’t laughing themselves so hard at their own jokes to deliver lines properly, crass too much spitting in a small live venue, audience doesn’t come to a comedy show to be covered in actors saliva and fluids..."
Andrea Faraone: "I was having a great time on that night; it was funny..."
Marina Sk: "Unbelievably unforgettable comic..."
Anders McDonald: "Shambolic, poorly acted, amateurish, but worst of all - not a single laugh. Cringeworthy.."
Sonia Raul King: "Improv attacks humanity was a very good concept... this kind of comedy however is quite a risky and hard work .. I normally love going to comedy festival at North Melbourne...but this act I will agree with Anders .. was a bit poor however it did give some instances for giggle... "
Bohemian Rhapsody Weekly Magazine expresses its special thanks to the managers and organisers of the show and personally to Daramen Vosk) for the giveaway, his invite and opportunity to comment on the show as well as to our reviewers on their diverse visions and honesty.