Review by Elise Faulkner
Rod Quantock has been doing comedy for 45 years although, as he recalls to the audience, his first taste of being funny on stage came long before that.
Peak-A-Boo is an incredibly political show, as to be expected from Quantock, a man frequently castigated by Andrew Bolt.
Quantock's show is conversational; he's not afraid to leave the stage and interact directly with audience members if the occasion arrises. The show also features a giant chalk board which is used for solving maths problems and plotting out the timeline between the Earth's creation and Tony Abbott becoming Prime Minister.
This one's not for the ultra right-wing but anyone who still has faith in people (despite what they tell you on Today Tonight) will enjoy the show.