Tag Archives: Asher Treleaven

Taking a Year off the Edinburgh Fringe

As many of you already know I’m taking this year off the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Comedy Festival of Comedy. Firstly I want you to know that I’m sorry, and that it’s not a decision I’ve taken lightly. After close consultation … Continue reading

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June Blog

Hello Faithful Readers, Firstly I must apologies for not keeping up the same regularity of desperate emails that many of you received during the comedy festival. I know how exciting it is for each and every one of you, to … Continue reading

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Fan Fiction Comedy

Here follows a story I wrote for, ‘Fan Fiction Comedy’ at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. The idea for a Fan Fiction Comedy show is simple, comics are asked to pen a story involving a celebrity then read it to … Continue reading

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Is Melbourne the Funniest City in the Herald Sun

Hey you guys. Look, during the Comedy Festival I get all kinds of offers from newspapers to assist in the death of paid journalism, by writing for free to plug my comedy shows. This year it gives me great pleasure … Continue reading

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3 Things You Might Want to Know

Hello Reader, I’ve been a little lax since the Edinburgh Fringe with my blogging and left wing ranting as I’ve been pouring all my time into other creative endeavours at the moment, like my new Stand Up show for 2013. … Continue reading

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Perfect Playlist

Chris Morris: Blue Jam, Unflustered Parents The first time I listened to Blue Jam I was recovering from a very big night on the bickies and amble cakes and I was not in a good way. A friend of mine … Continue reading

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Black Hat & Critical Thinking at the Fringe

At the Edinburgh Fringe a show can be made or broken by a good review. With over 2000 shows a day how do you make a decision, social media, word of mouth or a cunning flyerer? More often than not … Continue reading

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Yellow Hat Thinking, Talking Positive with Adam Hills

 The Yellow hat is the thinking hat of speculative positivity and it’s this hat that I struggle most with. Boundless positivity is an unnatural quality in a comedian, we are typically wingers, critics and smart asses who endlessly seek out … Continue reading

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Thinking Outside the Box at the Fringe

During the 2009 Edinburgh Fringe I saw something that changed the way I thought about creativity. It wasn’t a large-scale theatrical production from an acclaimed European director nor was it a philosophical hour of genre busting post-modern comedy; it was … Continue reading

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One Hat Two Hat White Hat Blue Hat

This is my seventh year performing at the world’s biggest arts festival, The Edinburgh Festival Fringe. This year I’m using Edward De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats as a guide for my stand up show, and my five part blog about … Continue reading

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