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Jackson Canny: Gen Z Gen Dread


Thu 26 Nov 2020, 7:30pm–8:30pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: 15+

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Listed by: tomasfordagain

Jackson Canny: born in the year 2000, one if not the first of a new breed: Gen Z.

Both the smartest and dumbest generation. So self-aware, it hates the idea of being self-aware itself. News is over before it even hits the airwaves. What are "Airwaves"? Who is satire and what does he want? Does the unknowable darkness that surrounds us know it needs to lay off for just one second?

Jackson Canny is here to answer your questions and more. Join him for an hour and he'll help you make sense of a nonsense word, one bizarre stand-up comedy sketch show thing at a time.

Part of the Normal Place Perthonalities online season at Melbourne Fringe. Normal Place is supported by their lovely crowdfunders and Creative Partnerships Australia as part of their Match program.

“Jackson’s show is predominantly aimed at a younger crowd; at those experiencing the emotions and challenges of surviving the here-and-now of Gen Z. However, #relatable not only achieves this but also expands its reach across many generations of comedy-goers making it absolutely #relatable to all.” - Winning At Failing

“Had us in stitches throughout.” - FringeFeed

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