So On and So Forth present 'Human Era'
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Bringing you a brand new sketch show bursting at the seams with material. In 55 minutes, three smartly dressed gentlemen lead the audience on a merry dance, through a minefield of human stupidity, whilst simultaneously attempting to explain why a quarter of their gags were seized by the courts in a bitter legal battle that rages still. Wry, witty and superbly timed, a needle of sketch hilarity in the festival's comedy haystack. 'A must-see' ★★★★ (Fringereview.co.uk), 'Not to be missed' ★★★★ (London Festival Fringe).
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So On and So Forth present 'Human Era'23 Aug 2011
A missing member, predictible hilarity ensues
The ruse here is that this trio have permanently lost their fourth member with the deceased’s estate imposing a ban on his work being used. Cue ingenious skits with jokes and set-ups going missing, while a running gag about a space mission fares better…
Fringe Bribes 2011: week two winner - Stuff and Nonsense by Paul Harry Allen17 Aug 2011
Also: Politically Erect, Liam Mullone and Paul Nathan
Stuff and Nonsense is a celebration of the random tat on sale at jumble sales, charity shops and the like. The show’s creator, Paul Harry Allen, shared this love by sending us a set of coasters, tumblers and creepy drinks stirrers, packaged in a…
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