Fisherman Jon: What's on the End of My Rod?
  • Brighton Fringe

CORAL BEVAN IS FISHERMAN JON: WHAT'S ON THE END OF MY ROD?"Fisherman Jon is an icon!" - Rikki Beadle Blair."I kinda wanna shave you..." - Cassie Leon (CoCoa Butter Club). "The Drama; we were all on the ship together" - Wanda Whatever. A drag, clown Odyssey. Fisherman Jon invites you to embark on an epic voyage of self discovery... and self love to find out what is truly on the end of his rod.CHARACTER CREATED BY: CORAL BEVAN.WRITTEN BY: RICKY HUNT, DAVID ALWYN AND CORAL BEVAN.DIRECTED BY: DAVID ALWYN AND RICKY HUNT.Coral Bevan is a trained actor and comedic clown, who specialises in character comedy. Previously Bevan's work has won the Fulwell 73/Comedy 50:50 competition 2021, was a finalist for Funny Women 2021, a finalist for The British Comedy Guides Talent Awards, a finalist for Man-up (UK and Europes biggest drag king competition), and her work has also been screened at The Munich Film Festival 2021, as well as a short she was the lead in, was selected for Best UK Short at Raindance Film Festival. David Alwyn is a Nottingham born, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire trained actor, writer and director. Directing work includes the offie award winning "Viper Squad" and resident director on Secret Cinema's Guardians of the Galaxy.Ricky Hunt is a London born writer, director and actor. He has devised, performed and written two Edinburgh fringe shows, one of which Beg Borrow & Bitch had a smashing run at the Gilded balloon and was 1st runner up in the London Cabaret Awards. He is currently writing a Feature Film.

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