Date: Friday 19th April 2019
Murray Lachlan Young - In Search of the Unknown Celebrity
Acclaimed poet, broadcaster and stand-up performer, Murray Lachlan Young (BBC 6 Music, Radio 4, The Wright Stuff) heads out on the road with his new show, this time exploring the culture and obsession of celebrity – from the unknown to the known.
Celebrated for his hybrid mix of delightful commentaries on the bizarreness of contemporary life, expect flamboyant, punchy wit, brooding subtext and empathetic humour.
A satirical romp into the gloriously absurd facets of fame, fashion, people and politics uniquely delivered in verse, comedy and song from one of the very best in the business.
“Exquisite wordsmithery “ Rhys Ifans.
“Hysterically funny and strangely moving.” Claudia Winkleman.
Tickets are non-refundable.
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