Liam Mullone takes blunt comedy show on tour
8:10am Saturday 28th April 2012 in Festivals
Armed only with the blunt weapon of reason, comedian Liam Mullone is bringing his highly-acclaimed tour, Down To the Bone, to the Harlequin Theatre on May 11.
Known for his intelligent, sharp and accessible comedy, in this show Mr Mullone takes on the most controversial of subjects in comedy, including immigration, the third world, Islam, Scottish independence and the problem of people who are not yet middle class.
The show was nominated for best new show at the Leicester Comedy Festival and received a host of four-star reviews from the Edinburgh Fringe. In addition to critically-acclaimed stand-up shows, Mr Mullone writes for television and radio and his credits include BBC Radio 4's The Now Show, BBC3's Russell Howard’s Good News and BBC Radio 2's Henning Knows Best.
Liam Mullone: Down to the Bone, Harlequin Theatre, London Road, Redhill, May 11 8pm, £10, call 01737 276500, visit www.harlequintheatre.co.uk
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