Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Puppetry Of The Penis EXCLUSIVE Interview & Review…..
PUPPETRY OF THE PENIS is the international celebration of the diversity and talent of the male member!
This show has played to millions of people in over 35 countries……in 5 languages.
I guess a foreign tongue is of little importance when it comes to blokes private parts!
Puppetry of the Penis began in 1998 Melbourne International Comedy Festival was received as the “Outright Best Show”.
Performing nightly at 8pm at the Las Vegas Erotic Heritage Museum – this is a show perfect for those fascinated by the man sausage – in EVERY form!
OK – this ain’t Cirque Du Soleil, it’s not even The Chippendale’s – it’s 70 minutes of willy wise craks, notorious nob gags and cock conjuring in front of your very eyes!
Enjoy an Exclusive interview with Rich Binning & Andrew Fitchy in Las Vegas via YouTube:
This shows not smutty or uncomfortable – it’s silly and funny.
The name Puppetry of the Penis was originally conceived by comedy producer Simon Morley, as the title of a highbrow art calendar.
Released in 1997, the calendar showcased twelve of Simon’s favourite penis installations, but male genitalia on display 12 months a year proved too much for most, and sales were poor, forcing Simon to take the show to the stage to move a car boot full of calendars quickly going out of date.
Quickly realising this was indeed a two handed show, Simon’s natural choice of partner was David “Friendy” Friend, who had made quite a name for himself on the college and bachelorette circuit performing his own collection of dick tricks.
Their debut at the 1998 Melbourne International Comedy Festival was a huge hit, kicking off an eight-month tour of Australia.
The national tour covered 20,000 kilometres and was been captured in the documentary Tackle Happy.
Subsequent sell-out runs in Sydney and Melbourne encouraged the boys to take their wares to the 2000 Edinburgh International Fringe Festival, where they were humbled by yet another sell-out run.
When a West End producer realised the potential of the show (after attending a performance where the woman sitting next to him wet her pants laughing), the world was no longer safe from the Art of Genital Origami!
Contracts and mops were brought out, and a deal was made on the spot: PUPPETRY OF THE PENIS was on its way to London’s West End.
Review and interview by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 2015.