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Sat 17th Nov at 7:00pm
London Storytelling Festival: In A Dead Man’s Hat
@ Leicester Square Theatre, London
Featuring: Liam Mullone
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London Storytelling Festival: In A Dead Man’s Hat: Liam Mullone
Robbed by a stripper and forced to spend five weeks in the desert outside Las Vegas, Liam Mullone was left with only a clapped-out van, a bag of pork chops, and his thoughts. Oppressed by heat, hunger, homicidal maniacs and policemen, he determined to find the meaning of life before his new bank cards arrived. Mullone tells how he survived near-starvation, desert maniacs, self-loathing and the world’s worst paperback, with the panache that made him a valued writer (BBC Radio’s Now Show, Milk Run).
Former obiturist at The Times Newspaper, awardwinning Mullone is an exceptional genius with unmissable talent that makes him 'brilliant, a tour de force' (John Pidgeon, BBC Head of Radio Entertainment).
After appearing on the New Comedy Awards, being a finalist on FHM's Stand Up Hero, a twice finalist on the BBC Comedy Awards, and now writing for Russell Howard's Good News, Mullone's intellectual satire is an 'overlap between Eddie Izzard and Dylan Moran' (Steve Bennett, Chortle) and certainly one to watch!
'Hugely talented' (Guardian)
'An intellectual bruiser of comedy' (http://www.chortle.co.uk)
'Genius. His show stays with you for days' (Skinny).
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Venue: Leicester Square Theatre
Phone: 08448 733433
Seating Plan: View the Seating Plan
→ Charing Cross 8 min walk
→ Leicester Square 1 min walk