SEATON & JAZZ - EARTH: MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF HUMAN & WHERE? WHY? WHERE? @ FACTORY FLOOR/FUSEBOX

SEATON & JAZZ - EARTH: MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF HUMAN & WHERE? WHY? WHERE? @ FACTORY FLOOR/FUSEBOX

12 SEP, 13 SEP & 27 SEP @ 10:00PM / 20 SEP @ 7 PM

Price
$10-$12
Bookings
9550 3666
Mode
General Admission Seating
Tickets
On sale now @ The Factory Theatre

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Earth: May Contain Traces of Human

An exploration of mankind’s bizarre success; a celebration of progress; a condemnation of anything that prevents us thinking, from the Stone Age to the present day.

Join laid-back, political, and occasionally angry comedian, Jazz Twemlow as he gives homo sapiens the tribute/kick in the face it deserves.

Jazz began gigging in 2003 in the UK, quickly picking up paid work and some decent reviews. After a several-year hiatus, he ended up in Tokyo opening and running his own comedy room, which still runs to this day.

Now in Sydney, Jazz has again proved popular with audiences and promoters alike, and also writes for topical monthly radio show and podcast, “A Rational Fear.”

Where? Why? Where?

Throughout life, three questions plague mankind like no other. Three questions pry into the human condition and force mankind to seek out their answers, causing sleepless nights and causeless sleeps. What are these questions? They’re not, “Did I turn the oven off?” They are, “Where did I come from?”, “Why am I here?” and “Where am I going?”

Seaton Kay-Smith seeks to plunge these depths with one liners, storybooks, poetry and song in his show, “Where? Why? Where?”

Since his first show at the beginning of 2011, Seaton has spent the last year developing his style of absurd and intelligent one liners and making a name for himself in the Sydney comedy scene. With various awards for short films he has written under his belt, and honorary mentions for feature screenplays and teleplays, Seaton hones his writing and performing skills at Paper Moose Creative/Production, on screen and stage, regularly performing at Sydney’s comedy rooms and just getting involved where he can.

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