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Jacques Barrett

When:

Thu 13 May 2021, 8:10pm–9:10pm
Sat 15 May 2021, 8:10pm–9:10pm
Sun 16 May 2021, 7:10pm–8:10pm

Where: The Factory Theatre, 105 Victoria Road, Marrickville, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $29.00
  • Concession: $24.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Jacques Barrett - I Just Turned 40 So Obviously Here is a Show About World War 2

Jacques' Netflix algorithm saw he was turning 40 and straight up flooded his viewing list with stuff about The Second World War. He’d love to do a show about something else but it’s all he's watched for 6 straight months. *Show won’t ALL be about WW2 **No refunds

His 11th year as a professional world-conquering headliner, Jacques is at the top of his game: Ageing like wine, eating too much cheese. Expect another meticulously written hour of rock-solid stand up, based loosely on Dub Dub Deuce but mainly focusing on punchlines.

Praise for JB from the people who count:

‘This man is a Championi!’ - Jimeoin

‘Jacques is one of those comedians I'll leave the green room to go and watch. Effortlessly hilarious, joyously dark and a God amongst cucks’ - Daniel Sloss

‘Audiences members exploded like bags of jelly. The comedians in the room quietly browsed TAFE courses on their phones’ - Arj Barker