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False Advertising at The Butterfly Club
 

MAD MEN OR SAD MEN? YOU DECIDE WITH JENNA FEATHERSTONE AS SHE TAKES YOU ON A MUSICAL JOURNEY IN FALSE ADVERTISING.  

Ever wondered whether the media industry is as glamorous as they portray on the TV? Is it all long lunches, cocktails and naps on the office furniture? Or is what we’ve been shown False Advertising?

Allow ad industry insider, Jenna Featherstone, to take you on a musical journey answering all the questions you’ve never thought to ask about the industry that influences what you wear, how you speak, the car you drive and the fragrance you wear.

Over the course of 50 minutes, Featherstone’s performance will detail all the glamorous things involved in creating an ad, including trying to get cockroaches to perform for the camera, how to use sex appeal to sell portable toilets and how ads are the enemy of great music.

Get answers to all the questions you never thought to ask.

-ENDS-

Venue: The Butterfly Club

Dates: Wednesday 21 August, Thursday 22 August, Saturday 24 August

Time: 8.30pm

Tickets: Adult: $35 / Concession: $31 / Group (6+): $28 / Member: $28 /Early Bird: $26

Bookings: https://thebutterflyclub.com/show/false-advertising

 

 

Venue: The Butterfly Club, 5 Carson Pl
Dates: Wednesday 21 August 2019 – Wednesday 21 August 2019
Bookings: (03) 9663 8107

A comedy cabaret that would make Gruen Transfer laugh and Don Draper weep.

 

 

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