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Infinite Jest Comedy


Venue:Cabaret Voltaire, 36-38 Blair Street Edinburgh EH1 1QR
Phone: 0131 247 4704
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Cave
AUG 1-4, 6-11, 13-18, 20-25 at 17:15 (60 min)
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★★★★ The Music, 2018. "Serious laughs" ★★★★½ Perth Happenings, 2018.
"If you like funny, dirty standup you'll love Jez Watts" Onya Mag, 2019
"Delivery that transcends the room" Chortle UK, 2018

Fun, charming and playfully dirty, touring Australian comic and host of The Nasty Show Australia Jez Watts is back with a brand new hour of jokes, bits, stories & improvised songs for 2019. Completely sold out Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 & 2018.

"See Jez Watts whatever he does" Greg Fleet (Aus Comedy Legend) "Very funny" Joe Mande (Parks & Rec, Master of None) "Great show" Brian Posehn (Comedians of Comedy, Deadpool) "This guy sold me weed" Gareth Reynolds (The Dollop)

Sold Out Edinburgh Fringe 2017 & 2018. Sold Out FRINGE WORLD 2016 & 2017. Sold Out Sydney 2017. Sold Out Adelaide 2018.

★★★★ Fourth Wall Media, 2018. "Hilarious" ★★★★ What's On In Adelaide, 2017.

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April 20, 2019 Onya Mag Australia
If You Like Funny Dirty Standup You'll Like Jez Watts
In Jez Watts’ own words, “if you like funny, dirty stand up”, you’ll enjoy Absolute Zero.

In Watts’ MICF debut, he fuses punchy, gritty comedy with music and self-deprecating anecdotes like his $18,000 debt to his girlfriend.

Off the back of touring Edinburgh, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, Watts has put together a highlight reel of his best bits of the last four years for his Comedy Festival inauguration.

The former-soldier, -husband, -neuroscientist and -drug addict (his words) will have you at both times laughing and feeling concerned at his tribulations (of which there are many).

An ode to Reggie Watts in the form of an improvised song made on a loop station is a funny, musical reprieve from bits about crippling debt and being prescribed animal antibiotics.

Despite his seemingly gruff exterior, Watts has an earnest and genuine spirit, with a backstory that will leave you feeling happy to have bought a ticket (because the fee will go straight to paying off his debt). Click Here

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