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Sally on Wednesday, 22 November 2023

Oh Tim ... just so sorry to learn your mum had died . Sending so many hugs n love to you and yours...x

Sally on Wednesday, 22 November 2023

You know , we Carry you . And when feeling sad or happy you share such amazing songs and it really helps x

Deb on Friday, 17 November 2023

Dear Tim All the comments here completely mirror my thoughts. My daughter and I saw your superb show tonight in Hobart. You are without doubt, a most dynamic, kind and loving “neuro diverse person.” You’re a divine human being Tim and not only that, one who is more intelligent than many of us mere mortals! I’m really sorry about the loss of your Mother. The loss of a parent is indeed a defining moment in one’s life. The way you included her tonight was beautiful and her presence was palpable. Keep being brave and honest, keep writing and singing those fabulous songs and keep playing your wonderful music. Take care of you and, safe travelling. Deb

Jo Ann Chase on Tuesday, 14 November 2023

Lynn is right. Hope you feel the warmth of all of us from there. See you in March.

Lynn on Monday, 13 November 2023

Just know every single fan in the world is sending you a virtual hug right now.

Raven Joy Bower on Monday, 13 November 2023

Hey Tim, I had the great pleasure to see you perform on Saturday night, in what may have been one of the best shows that I've been to. As a fellow singer, pianist, songwriter, and neurospicy person (though I didn't know that when I first found you), I've followed you for a number of years - and, relating in to the show, tended to appreciate your less "funny" songs more! Ones like "You Grew On Me", "White Wine In The Sun", and "Drowned" were all high up there. Seeing you be able to be very much yourself - just being in the moment, sharing of both your joy and your pain, was a real treasure. Thank you for inviting us in to that moment, and sharing that with us, even with everything that has been happening for you. I really appreciate it.

Richard Adams on Monday, 13 November 2023

Hi Tim, I was back in the UK earlier this year. I was talking to one of my mums friends over a few beers. His name was Mike Toynbee and he was talking about his brilliant wife who had recently passed away. I told him that i thought the UK was very lucky as it has lots of brilliantly artistic and interesting people and that in Australia we only had one such brilliant chap, a chap called Tim Minchin. He nodded, seemed to agree, and went to the kitchen to get another beer. He brought back a beer for the both of us and a picture of you and him having a hug and a short song you had written for him at some motor vehicle writers gala night or something. He said you were indeed brilliant that night he met you. I told him my wife and i were hopefully seeing you in November. You were absolutely superb last night, thank you. Please please keep doing what you do, whatever it is, and sorry about your mum.

Geoff McPherson on Monday, 13 November 2023

Very sad to hear of the passing of Ros, your mum. Regards Geoff.

Jennifer Bernard on Sunday, 12 November 2023

Dear Tim I was at your concert last night at the State Theatre. You were so great, so real it was such a joy to see and hear you.your piano playing blue me away. I also loved the musical theory lesson. But what I really wanted to say is thank you so much for showing up in your time of grief. I am so sorry for loss. I am also going through something similar with my mum and well it’s just plain awful. It sounds like you have a very loving and supporting family which is the best. So thank you again for such a fantastic night, it was so kind of you to perform.I wish you and your family the best in their time of grief. Jennifer x

Amanda Milton on Sunday, 12 November 2023

I wanted to thank you. We are extremely grateful that you put your grief on hold and had your amazing show last night. Please except our condolences at this time. I was the one that yelled out Yes when you said people travelled to see you. My husband and I flew down from Townsville to see your show and your exceptional singing voice, humour, stories etc,etc. You are my favourite weirdo, actually you are King Thank you for being you 😁

Tracey Clark on Saturday, 11 November 2023

Went to your Sydney State theatre show last night … Beautiful, moving , funny, and amazing to be so present and dare I say with an open heart ( who needs 1:1 therapy when you can have 1:1000 in an musical form of journaling ) . One of the most moving pieces of theatre I have ever experienced . . Thank you 🙏 .

Michael Kate Gilray on Saturday, 11 November 2023

Sitting two rows from the front n the stalls on armistice day 2023, I was part of a show that I was not expecting, shoes on no coat I experienced a performer deliver a near perfect show but so dripping melancholy, in it’s emotional delivery, even the more upbeat numbers , that I as a person living with bipolar nearly stood up and left because the sadness I felt being delivered. Tim you wanted to be in the moment , you were genuinely present on different levels , it felt less a performance than anything I’ve seen you do. After your announcement, the penny dropped, you were so with your family all night, in your presence and in your head. I was pleased to know your wife and children were there. Tim RUOK ? When the show was over the lady that sat next to, whom I has briefly acknowledged as I took my seat at the beginning of the performance looked at me , our eyes briefly Locked her eyes glassy with emotion, we nodded towards each other and walked away. I am and always will adore David Bowie and Kate Bush, your are alright too, but I have never written on a fan page before but the emotion I felt last night has made me write this post at 4am. , . what ever you were feeling leaped out from behind your eyes for a millisecond between most song or monologue , it was electric, Early in the show it almost made me jump. I was immersed in your delivery. I am still unpacking it. Just a neuro diverse person in a neuron diverse world Kate

Bec on Thursday, 9 November 2023

Hi Tim! My son is 9 and has just started learning piano. He says he wants to get as good as you and that one day he might perform on stage. I asked him if he thinks he will be confident enough to do that. He paused for a minute, then looked at me and said "I'll make sure I have a pre-show poo." Thanks for inspiring my son :) Bec x

Sally on Thursday, 2 November 2023

Hi Tim Hope you and yours are doing well. I love ' Play it safe' and the video just smashes it. I cannot imagine how you and yours manage all of this this: but so glad you do ,and it is so good for world x

Avis Tolcher on Wednesday, 1 November 2023

Which is your correct Facebook page? I got a rather dodgy request from one the other day. The profile pic was a blue circle & a white tick in it. Looking forward to seeing "unfunny" you (yeah ... right) in Adelaide in February. xx

Nyree Cornelius on Wednesday, 1 November 2023

When will you bring your show to Wollongong or the Shoalhaven?

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