Joana Simmons aka Banana Jolie aka Joana Joy comes on the show to chat to the Late Night Party Boyz about stage names, her new show "Spiritual Gangster" and her trip to India for a yoga retreat. Read More ...
Cam Venn, of the Golden Gibbo award winning MICF 2018 show Charles Horse Lays An Egg, comes on the show to talk to the boys about all things clowning, improv, doing three kids shows a day and sex parties.
After a brief hiatus, the boys are back with special guest, Melbourne comedian Marc Oszhka to talk about life growing up in a pub, crayfish and Superman Rides Again – the Superman film that never was before getting into his drug-fuelled party story
In this month’s edition, the boys are joined by religious leader The Current Earthly Embodiment of Mandek Penha, also of Melbourne music group Mandek Penha. He is not impressed with Damien and Ross’ ways.
Damien and Ross can be seen at the Adelaide Fringe from Feb 16th to 24th at Gluttony at 11:45pm in “Late Night Party Boyz – Live Sketch Experience
Like Mandek Penha on Facebook and hear their music on Bandcamp.
In a special bonus bumper edition of “Late Night Party Boyz”, Damien and Ross are without a guest and are let loose on the general listening population. Damien regales the tale of his 21st birthday party and Ross forces Damien to read scenes from a Hollywood script he’s written.
In this week’s episode of Late Night Party Boyz, the boys welcome comedian Juan Miles into the studio, to talk about his home country Argentina, running a vaudeville night and how to desperately contrive controversy.
Melbourne comedian Anthony Jeannot does his final podcast in Melbourne before heading off to London and tells us his party escapades and who he’ll miss in the Melbourne comedy scene, Damien gives him a rorschach test and Ross figuratively and literally couch surfs.
In this week’s controversial edition of “Late Night Party Boyz”, we pay out an industry icon and had to dub over all instances of their name. Guest Matthew C. Vaughan (Cat Sick Blues, Touched by An Angle Grinder) tells us all about writing on a sketch comedy show, getting into character and his long history of pathetic party behaviours. Ross unveils a new segment and Damien botches a Kiwi accent. Today’s episode is sponsored by DJ Khaled.