BFFs Jimmy and Corgan are hurtling towards their 30s and their lives filled with a mix of Tinder, Grindr, binge-drinking, and half-hearted hook-ups. As the wedding of Corgan’s ex-girlfriend looms and Jimmy’s love life with men stalls, the two struggle to get their lives in working order.
Brimming with laughs, tenderness and quarter-life-crisis ennui, this is a brutally honest and hilarious exploration of contemporary masculinity and what it means to have a best mate when you’re stuck being your worst self.
Two of Australia's sharpest young writers, Jeffrey Jay Fowler and Chris Isaacs, command the stage as unreliable narrators telling the same story from different points of view. FAG/STAG is a truthful and comic insight into the mind of the modern Australian man. The show comes direct from multi award-winning seasons at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 (Fringe First Award), Perth's 2015 Fringe World, 2015 Melbourne Fringe, and 2016 Adelaide Fringe.
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