Erotic Fan Fiction
Not all storytelling is about charming fables and whimsical yarns. This is an adults-only night of fantastical tales where anything goes. Four writers each write a short piece of filth about a celebrity or fictional character, which they then read in public. A crowd favourite and an unstoppable cultural phenomenon, Erotic Fan Fiction returns to Melbourne for one seedy night only.
Hosted by Casey Bennetto, with Virginia Gay, Eddie Sharp, Matthew Kelly and Claudia O’Doherty.
*Please note: Eddie Sharp cannot attend in person. Instead, Miles O’Neil read Eddie’s work.
Matthew Kelly is an actor and theatre maker who has won awards and critical acclaim for his work, including the one-on-one theatrical experience of Penny Machinations and a one man version of Camus’ The Outsider.
Eddie Sharp is a writer, comedian and the founder of Erotic Fan Fiction. He has a weekly comedy show on FBi Radio. He is performing his new hour of comedy ‘Big Time Magic’ at The Melbourne Comedy Festival from March 24th to April 17th.
Claudia O’Doherty is a comedian. Her first show was called Monster of the Deep 3D and her second show was called What is Soil Erosion?.
She is in Pig Island and she co-wrote the books 100 Facts About Pandas and 100 Facts About Sharks.
Casey Bennetto is an award-winning writer, musician and radio broadcaster. He wrote the musical KEATING!, hosts the program Superfluity on Melbourne’s 3RRR, and has appeared in places as diverse as ABCTV’s Spicks and Specks, the Melbourne International Arts Festival and the Festival of Dangerous... Read more
Virginia Gay graduated WAAPA, then spent four years pretending to be a nurse on All Saints, six months pretending to be cop on Savage River (ABC), and then five years on Winners & Losers, where she pretended to know a lot about high finance. That last one, particularly, was a stretch. She won a ... Read more
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