Felicity Ward (3 stars)

This article is from 2010

Felicity Ward

Has to inflate embarrassing mishaps into excruciating humiliations

Being less a ‘moron’ (her word) than a victim of circumstance, Felicity Ward has to inflate mere embarrassing mishaps into excruciating humiliations to get her desired reaction which, with some neat turns of phrase, she does. Aware that her brave but scatological finale isn’t everyone’s ideal takeaway memory, she buffers it with a song, proving storytelling’s her forte, not music.

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Felicity Ward Reads From The Book Of Moron

  • 3 stars

There is no dose of personal truth that award-winning Australian comic Felicity Ward thinks should stay in her diary. Direct from sold-out shows at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, come see this rising star, and relax in the knowledge that it didn't happen to you! 'This is the madness of genius' (Skinny) 'Felicity Ward's…