Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2014
“The Melbourne International Comedy Festival is, and let me make this clear, the most fun that can be had in Melbourne all year.”
Once again, we are so proud to be associated with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for 2014. Evan Evans is the preferred supplier of all venue and outdoor signage for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Signage supplied by Evan Evans in 2014 included:
Outdoor Signage – City of Melbourne (and Fed Square) super and standard banners, Melbourne Airport internal and external banners, tram panels, and Tullamarine banner
Venue Signage – Fed Square, City Square, ACMI, Forum, The Princess Theatre, The Forum, Melbourne Town Hall, The Capitol Theatre, Vic Hotel, Hi-‐Fi Bar, Portland Hotel, The Famous Spiegeltent and Trades Hall
Other – Festival Bus wrap, street sign posts, backdrops, A-Frames, pull‐up banners and the Comedy Mid-Air exhibition
The Melbourne International Comedy Festival is, without rival, the premier comedy event in the Southern Hemisphere and stands proudly alongside Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Montreal Just For Laughs as one of the three biggest comedy festivals in the world.
Now in its third decade, the Melbourne Comedy Festival continues to break records and attract more converts every year. Those yet to catch ‘Festival fever’ are over-‐awed as the Melbourne CBD and fringes turn into a swirling, whirling comedy twister emanating from its ‘eye’ of the Melbourne Town Hall.
Every possible theatre space, street corner and pub nook and cranny are over-‐run by comedians of every kind.
The Melbourne Comedy Festival brand is recognised nationally, and internationally, and as Australia’s largest cultural ticketed event, it’s a key fixture of Victoria’s events calendar – not to mention the happiest place in Australia every autumn!
"The Festival extends a huge thank you to all the Evan Evans team for your support; the success of the Festival is only possible through the valued contribution and engagement of all our partners, performers and audiences"