Beer Eye With Your Mates Guy Podcast - White Rabbit Chocolate Stout by Annie Louey

This week, Murphy McLachlan is joined by his mates guys Annie Louey, Matthew Vasquez and Josh Webb at Beer Deluxe at Fed Square to drink White Rabbit Chocolate Stout from Cadbury bunnies.

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Triple R - Uncommon Sense interview with Annie Louey and Diana Nguyen by Annie Louey

Local comedians and friends Annie Louey and Diana Nguyen join Amy to discuss their shows at the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Annie and Diana discuss forgetful Millennials, the online dating jungle, Asian-Australian family life, and women supporting women in comedy.

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ABC Radio - Stop Everything! hosted by Beverley Wang and Benjamin Law by Annie Louey

Beverley and Benjamin talk to emerging comedian Aurelia St Clair and Annie Louey about their shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival as well as the changing face and nature of comedy.

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The Age M Magazine - The Chinese Evolution by Annie Louey

On February 5, this Chinese New Year of the Boar will herald in new beginnings. But how much influence does the past have on the future? We talk to three prominent families about their different approaches to life across generations, and the changing face of the Chinese community.

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Feature - Debunking the myth of the humourless feminist by Annie Louey

Within minutes, Louey cracked the case of how to write a non-offensive feminist joke: You don’t. The comedian stated that she didn’t have a go-to list of ‘“feminist jokes” up [her] sleeve’, but rather chose material the audience could and would relate to.

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Theatre People review - Femmo Hysteria by Annie Louey

‘Annie Louey takes the stage next with a confident air, comically covering a spectrum of topics… catching the audience suspended in chucklesome disbelief and nodding their heads with a “how relatable” expression.’

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The Advertiser Review by Annie Louey

There was talk of a near-death experience, secrets, lies and burning things. Sounds like a gloomy run sheet, right? Well, Annie managed to make the whole thing oddly uplifting and a little bit silly.

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