Jazz Twemlow

Post-Comedian

Venue, Date & Time

The Factory Theatre

Wed 27th Sep 2017 - 8:15 pm

Fri 29th Sep 2017 - 8:15 pm

Sun 1st Oct 2017 - 7:15 pm

Show Duration

45mins

Ticket Price Range

$10.00 - $15.00

Recommended For

Ages 15+
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Jazz took time off from the stage, got married, became a father, and now returns to find that, in the space of a year, the world changed, experts are elitists, coal is "clean", everyone's offended all the time, and we've apparently moved on from facts.

What the hell is going on and if everyone's "nailing it" all the time why's everything so shit? Isn't it weird that labelling millions of people "dumb racists" and having a good old laugh at them isn't bringing about some sort of inclusive utopia? If ridicule's not working, what's a satirical stand-up supposed to do?  Jokes about being a dad? Oh Christ.

An unshareable, unclickable show about identity, newfound fatherhood, and meaningful confusion from an anti-left Lefty that replaces pointless Hot Takes with Cold, Calculated Gives delivered by Australia's most charmingly acerbic satirist (the English accent really helps, apparently). More accurately, it'll be a heap of jokes* about stuff that's happened recently.

*Mostly thought-provoking jokes, but there'll be one about a dog, and perhaps another that features the word "anus", so there's probably something for everyone.

Sydney Fringe 2012

“Hilariously Bleak” - Sydney Fringe 2012

Adelaide Fringe 2013

“A thinking person’s comic” - Weekend Notes

Sydney Comedy Festival 2014

"Politicised humour… with such astute reason as to win over almost anyone”
- The Music
“Clever, cutting, high brow, and observant” -Weekend Notes

Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2015

"An eloquent comedy powerhouse" - The Plus Ones
"Genius in the making" - Weekend Notes

Sydney Fringe 2012

“Hilariously Bleak” - Sydney Fringe 2012

Adelaide Fringe 2013

“A thinking person’s comic” - Weekend Notes

Sydney Comedy Festival 2014

"Politicised humour… with such astute reason as to win over almost anyone”
- The Music
“Clever, cutting, high brow, and observant” -Weekend Notes

Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2015

"An eloquent comedy powerhouse" - The Plus Ones
"Genius in the making" - Weekend Notes

							

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