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Gin and Titters presents

Jacci Pillar Tardy: Ready and Disabled

Tardy: Ready and Disabled
Gin and Titters presents

Jacci Pillar Tardy: Ready and Disabled

Queer. Autistic. Veteran. So many stereotypes to choose from.

Jacci is Autistic. Not a person with Autism. Autism is not a dog, the dog's name is Pepper. Jacci was late diagnosed like many people with vaginas. Late to everything everyone else thinks important, yet exactly on time to the things that matter to spectrum folk. Jacci, non-binary neurodivergent truth bomber, presents a conversation in literal comedy, about being literal, throwing shade at ableism and embracing disability pride.

Jacci's comedy is kinda nerdy. It's been described as like that other big name talk series only a heck of a lot funnier. They are known for wearing a massive velvet vulva on stage to talk about body positivity. But this will be packed away for this show. Legit. Word even. 

This is the first time an assistance dog has been a feature of a show in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, come see Pepper onstage with Jacci. 

Please note, the following performances will be filmed: Fri 27 Mar, Sat 28 Mar & Sun 29 Mar.
Suitable for audiences 16+

This show contains: Political, religious or racial themes.


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