Jez & Jace: Lads on Tour
Toxic masculinity has never looked this hot. These lads need one more night on the town before a major life event potentially takes them opposite ways. Will it make or break them?
Jez & Jace is an improvised comedy from the hilarious duo Ginge & Minge. Join them as they figure out what does it really means to love your bro? What happens when you put bros before hoes? And, more importantly, where is the best place to get sh*t-faced in this city?
After two years of touring in NZ, performers Ginge & Minge (Nina Hogg and Megan Connolly) bring their signature brand of high-energy chaos, dumb jokes, and physical comedy to Adelaide.
Jez & Jace are a homage to their bogan brothers, and an exploration of their experiences growing up queer in rural Australia and Aotearoa.
Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts
funny and poignant piece, which tackles the battle between head and heart, and the struggle of overcoming the expectations that society sets - Ben Shand-Clennell, Theatrescenes
Entertaining cracks at toxic masculinity (check), queer representation (check), and obscure Aotearoa cultural references (double check). - Sophie Jackson, Bad Apple
There’s a lot of heart in this performance, behind the levels of excellent comedy and generalised chaos. - Emma Macguire, Theatreview
There is rarely a moment throughout that the audience isn’t in stitches. - Wesley Hollis, Theatreview