Down to the Bone
This listing is from a previous year. Search for current listings.
Armed with the blunt weapon of reason, Liam sets out to conquer the toughest comedy ground: Immigration, religion, Zionism, class struggle, Islamic jihad and the ongoing problem of 'people who are not quite middle class'. A hilarious and provocative show, an early version of which was nominated Best New Show at last year's Leicester Comedy Festival. 'The shaded Venn diagram overlap between Eddie Izzard and Dylan Moran. Rarely does someone who seems so confused prove so incisive' (Chortle.co.uk), 'Mullone takes a different comedy road, with confidence and a deep intensity' (Daily Mirror).
Text supplied by third party.
Reviews & features
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…
Tell us more about this listing.