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dB Magazine – Jon Bennett: My Dad’s Deaths Review

dB Magazine – Jon Bennett: My Dad’s Deaths Review – Adelaide Fringe 2013 Yes, you read the show’s title right, ‘My Dad’s Deaths’, as in plural. And if life growing up for former South Australian country kid and now recognised worldwide collector of phallic-like images, Jon Bennett, wasn’t hard enough under a no-nonsense, yet extremely […]

The Sunday Mail – Jon Bennett: My Dad’s Deaths Review

The Sunday Mail (24 Feb 2013) – Jon Bennett: My Dad’s Deaths Review Rating – ***** South Australian expat Jon Bennett’s completely engaging story about his relationship with his father is the type of show the Fringe was created for. Using slides and tongue-in-cheek asides, Bennett tells it like it is about a man he […]

Rip It Up Mag – Jon Bennett: My Dad’s Deaths Review

Rip It Up Mag – Jon Bennett: My Dad’s Deaths Review – Adelaide Fringe 2013 A spirited performance with more than just comedy, Jon Bennett brings to life the story of his Dad’s deaths. Accompanied by an endearing PowerPoint presentation he tells the hilarious tale of the many times he witnessed his father in near […]

The Advertiser – Jon Bennett: My Dad’s Deaths Review

The Advertiser – Jon Bennett: My Dad’s Deaths – Adelaide Fringe 2013 Words: Kasia Ozog JON Bennett’s no-nonsense father has died many times. Well, more like has a knack of making his family think he’s died. There have been so many “deaths”, that Bennett has created an entire show about his father. There was the […]

On Dit Magazine – Jon Bennett: My Dad’s Deaths Review

On Dit Magazine – Adelaide University – Jon Bennett My Dad’s Deaths Review – Adelaide Fringe Words: Sam Young Jon Bennett’s father is a terrifying combination of pig farmer, preacher, and school teacher. Jon makes his living telling dick jokes in a show called Pretending Things are a Cock. Funnily enough, they’ve had their differences. […]

Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2013

In 2013 – 2hoots Productions is expanding it’s roster for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with 3 diverse yet divine shows. From the bowels of the Melbourne Town Hall to the Carpet Room of the Forum & pop-up venue Tuxedo Cat, go and discover some old favourites or new gems this season. Alasdair Tremblay-Birchall – […]