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My Dad’s Deaths – Squirrel Comedy Review

Squirrel Comedy Review by Cathy Culliver If My Dad’s Deaths is anything to go by, Jon Bennett’s father has an uncanny knack for staying alive, and making his loved ones think he’s dead. Bennett’s latest show is a funny and at times genuinely touching look at his relationship with his conservative, no-nonsense father and the […]

My Dad’s Deaths – Herald Sun Review

Herald Sun Review by Andrew Fenton IF YOU can find LOOP, in an alleyway and far too cool to bother having a sign, you’ll be ushered into a back room where a Banjo Patterson quote fills a video screen. Ominously, this is followed by a disclaimer that the show isn’t really stand-up comedy and could […]


Time Out Review by Theresa Winters **** You might remember him from Pretending Things are a Cock and now Jon Bennett is back with a show about his dad’s deaths, plural. Premiering at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, My Dad’s Deaths is the story of how Jon’s dad’s died falling off a ladder only to […]