Jon Bennett: Playing with Men

Jon Bennett: Playing with Men - Side profile of a smiling man with messy short brown hair and brown stubble. The background is white.

Dates & times

1 Venue

The Piglet (open-air) at Gluttony - Rymill Park

Rymill Park / Mullawirraburka, Cnr East Tce & Rundle Rd, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings

M

Age Suitability:

M

Coarse Language:

Frequent, Strong

Depicts Violence:

Occasional, Mild

Nudity Level:

Occasional, Mild

Sexual References:

Occasional, Strong

Other Warnings:

Sexual Assault, Loud noises, Mental Health, Sex Scenes

Jon Bennett: Playing with Men - Side profile of a smiling man with messy short brown hair and brown stubble. The background is white.

About this event

Fringe favourite Jon Bennett was once a great junior footballer in Southern Australia. He was set to "MAKE IT" until he started playing with men... real men. Jon's football career came crashing down when a community tragedy made him re-evaluate his life.

Now a multi award-winning touring performer of festival phenomenon such as 'Pretending Things Are a Cock', 'Fire in the Meth Lab', 'How I Learned to Hug' and 'My Dad's Deaths', it seems Bennett couldn't be further away from the football field. But Jon "Pretend Cocks Guy" Bennett can never run too far from tackling the big men.

A show about community, friendships, life, death, and a bit of football.

** Just for Laughs Best Comedy Award nomination **
★★★★★ "A tour de force who will make you laugh--to tears." Otakuno Culture.


Important information:
This event takes place in an open-air venue within Gluttony. Unless it is deemed unsafe to do so, the show goes on, rain or shine, so please come prepared for the forecast weather. Umbrellas are not permitted during performances. Entrance to this venue is off Rundle Road & East Terrace via Gate C.

Presented by:
Preachrs Podcast OnLine & OnStage

Preachrs Podcast OnLine & OnStage Pty Ltd is an Australian production company (founded 2010) that produces innovative and creative content for the stage & internet.

Popular projects include; The Phoenix Files: Audio Dramas (starring BAFTA nominee Paul McGann), Matthew Reilly's Ice Station Live, Great Detectives (National Tour 2015-2018, 6 Broadway World Sydney Theatre Award nominations), Great Detectives 2!, Andrew Silverwood: Call Me Janice, [Late Night] Panel Show, Disney Delights, socially [un]acceptable (streaming version), Dr Selflove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Thighs and (Please) Validate Me by Benjamin Maio Mackay.

Their shows have been seen by thousands & their digital projects have had millions of streams.

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