Charles Horse lays an Egg
Charles Horse Lays an Egg - Cam Venn
WINNER MICF Golden Gibbo 2018
WINNER WA Tour Ready Award 2018
Nominated Best Comedy Melbourne Fringe 2018
Nominated SA Tour Ready Award 2018
Fresh from winning the Golden Gibbo Award at the 2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival , WA Tour Ready Award winner, and Best Comedy Nominee at Melbourne Fringe, Cam Venn brings his outlandish and hilarious production Charles Horse Lays an Egg to Fringe World Festival in Perth.
Creating an interactive visual feast of stupidity and joy with a bizarre collection of props and spectacular costumes, the comedian is set to take comedy-lovers on an interstellar adventure like no other.
According to Venn, Charles Horse Lays an Egg is an epic sci-fi blockbuster made with love by a moron with a big heart.
“Will spaceman Charles “Shog” Horse put his genitals on the line to save the planet?
“Will the desperate alien hen abolish humanity as we know it?
“Will Perth audiences be able to handle a man pushing a real, full-sized chicken egg out of his human bumhole in front of their very eyes?
“All these questions will be answered and more at Charles Horse Lays an Egg during FRINGE WORLD,” Venn said.
Bursting onto the alternative comedy scene with Balls Deep in 2015, Cam Venn’s bold, bizarre and boundary pushing style took his audience on a journey of marshmallow food fights, shaving cream escapades, sex toys, and the male body as they had never seen it before.
Charles Horse Lays an Egg is showing from January 18 to 27 at the 2019 FRINGE WORLD in Perth.
Presented by Cam Venn and Brodie Butler-Robey
18+ Contains nudity, sexual references, inter-terrestrial relations and bumholes.
CHARLES HORSE LAYS AN EGG
When: 930pm 18th to 27th Jan (No Show Mon)
Where: FRINGE CENTRAL - The Gold Digger
Tickets: $22 - $30
To book tickets click the BOOK NOW button or visit fringeworld.com.au
★★★★☆ Charles Horse lays an Egg is the most beautiful train wreck of an experience that I have ever seen and I mean that as the highest compliment I can possibly give – All Over Adelaide