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Gwenneth Treloar-Tanner on Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Just saw Matilda in Melbourne. Fantastic as all your shows are. I can't wait for you to come back to Vic to do a comedy show of just you. I've been following your work since the SideShow on ABC and have never been disappointed. Thank you for making music/comedy worth listening to.

lyubomir dinchev on Sunday, 27 March 2016

I love your work. you are an inspiration, keep doing what you are doing!

Erik on Sunday, 27 March 2016

I know you probably never check this...and that you have intense numbers of fans and I know you must be busy... But I just wanted to say I love your work and you outlook on life in general...probably my favorite artist... And if you do check this, don't think I'm some fanatic who wants to stalk you. I'm not... Just figured I'd make that clear...

gave on Saturday, 19 March 2016

Tim Minchin . your my inspiration for now . your musics makes me smile hope oneday i can go to your gigs concerts. i love u

Luke on Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Hey man i love all of your work would love a reply just say hi

Nick Nerovny on Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Can you write a song ... hm ... like ... "Girls in nipple tassels in new interpretation of the story of Moses" ? It would be probably great...

Randy on Sunday, 13 March 2016


AngelinaMorris on Saturday, 12 March 2016

Hello! I very like your creative work. Good luck!

John Deepwell on Friday, 11 March 2016

Hey Tim, please, please, please: Should you ever contemplate a tour that gets you near Austria (no, not Australia, AUSTRIA - Mozart, not kangaroos mate), please pop by and have a show there. I hear the nicest places to perform there are in Vienna (where, by a bewildering and totally unrelated coincidence, I also happen to live - great city, this - lovely audience and all, really!! And eksel...eccell...EXCELLENT wine by the way). But in any case: Many many thanks for all your work man, your songs, your thoughts. Inspiring!

Dan Luger on Thursday, 10 March 2016

Hello Mr. Minchin, My name is Dan and I am a huge fan and am from a small suburban wet dream town in Minnesota. I was curious if you have any advice for someone who would love to get into musical comedy? You are my comedic inspiration. If you would answer I would appreciate it greatly. Thanks for taking time to read this.

Pamela Waring on Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Hey Tim, Just wanted to say thanks for being you! We have found so much joy in your songs and laughed until we cried! Our 10 year old son was so inspired by you he took up jazz piano! We would sing along with with all your songs in the car and he knew every word. I think half the fun was that he got away with singing 'fuck' a lot! The lazy little shit ( now 15) doesn't practice piano much nowadays but has a razor wit,sharp intellect and a healthy disrespect for religion...thanks for your influence!. Oh and PLEASE come do some shows here in NZ!

Mark on Saturday, 5 March 2016

Your song 'Come home' has prompted me to leave this message. For decades, following my own childhood abuse by a priest (I am now in my late 50's), I buried the memories deep down inside and tried to function as well as I could. But something of me had died. For years after, I assumed that I was the only one to whom this had happened; and moreover, that I was in some inexplicable way responsible, guilty. When in recent times both the extent and the enormity of international clerical sexual abuse became known, that personal sorrow was put into perspective by the scale of others' suffering. The realisation that not only was I not alone in what I had experienced - that I was in fact just one of untold thousands - brought with it a renewed sense of horror; a numbness that went beyond pain. When I heard 'Come home', the line about "survivors, despite their shame and their fear [standing] up to tell their stories" went to the heart of me, and for the first time in years, I wept; and in grieving, felt less inhuman than I had for a long, long time. My heart goes out to those in Ballarat and elsewhere who suffered as they did. And thank you for your prophetic anger.

MichaƂ Gontarewicz on Wednesday, 2 March 2016

You are great human. I'm happy that i meet your works. My english is terrible. I want to shake your hand end say "thanks for everything". Greetings from Poland.

Hassan on Wednesday, 2 March 2016

I drove 2 hours to see your show at Cal Poly. It was great, and I love your approach to all of it. Your encore was a nice song, I love your music, and I actually really enjoy your less... abrasive(?) songs and just listening the musicality you bring. White Wine In the Sun is my particular favorite. Thank you for all the entertainment you've brought me! I look forward to listening to your future works.

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