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9th Feb 2013 1:34pm | By Editor
What the show about?
It’s for the outcasts and misfits. I love comedy that sticks up for the little guy instead of dudes who think they’re edgy so they make fun of girls who’ve been raped.
No audience is thinking, “You know who’s had it too good for too long? Rape survivors!”
It’s also about atheists, vegans, feminists, anti-war activists, Occupy Wall Street, anything that wouldn’t be in the Daily Mail, left-wing racism and guilt.
Is comedy too mainstream?
Yeah, not as much in the UK because being a comic is the final goal.
In America everyone wants to be in commercials or be the next Charlie Sheen – a drug addict who beats women then gets a show and millions of dollars!
If you could change one thing in the world what would it be?
Kill Charlie Sheen. Sorry. I wish people just had more empathy. When it comes to war, eating animals, treating women shit.
All you have to do is put yourself in their shoes for a second before you realise you are being a total dick bag.
Soho Theatre, W1D 3NE
Feb 18-23. £10+
Tube | Tottenham Court Road
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