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Jett Bond I Love Money

Jett Bond I Love Money

Jett Bond loves money*

(*cash, dollars, bills, AUD, dosh, paper, coin, $, change, notes, funds, capital, finances, payment, salary, loot, wads, bucks, wage, wealth, dough, legal tender, bankroll, riches and money!)

I Love Money: A Cost of Laughing Crisis is an absurd extravaganza of sketch, clown and character comedy that explores cash, economy and wealth.

Comedian Jett Bond has been a comedian since they began performing at Class Clowns, becoming a grand finalist in 2018. Since then Jett has been chasing comedy and getting amongst the scene.

In 2021 Jett and Aiden Wilcox performed in a duo show called Big Tooth at Melbourne International Comedy Festival to a sold-out season. In 2022 Jett performed their first solo show Reusable Plastic Bag at Melbourne Fringe and then again at the 2023 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Jett also helmed and began co-running the themed alt-comedy room ‘Cool Hair Club’ at Club Voltaire, which continues monthly. At Melbourne Fringe 2023, Jett debuted his latest show, O, Brother! Tales From an Only Child. Jett has also written and directed a television pilot alongside Aiden Wilcox that featured at the LA Comedy Film Festival.

Suitable for audiences 18+

This show contains: Audience participation, Death and grief, Drug references, Horror, Strong coarse language, Nudity, Political, religious or racial themes, References to or simulation of violence, Strobe lighting, Sudden loud noises.


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