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Alexander Bennett: Housewives' Favourite (+More!) on Tuesday 20th November 2018
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Alexander Bennett brings his acclaimed fringe show to his regular night in Camden, performing it for the last time. Due to some traumatic experiences, Alexander doesn’t know how to feel about anything anymore, and he’s got an hour of jokes he’s honed at the Edinburgh Fringe to prove it.
Coverage for this year’s show:
“One of the most important shows on the fringe. Heart-stopping… A courageous and thought provoking exposure of a hidden darkness”
“A passionate and praiseworthy hour of dark observational comedy”
'There’s something spookily LeStat-ish about Alexander Bennett. Just as unnerving is just how good he has become in the past five years' FRINGE PIG
★★★★★ONE4REVIEW ★★★★THE STAGE
'Touched with madness... I don't think I can begin to do him justice; a producer and performer of some refreshingly different material' CHORTLE
'Witty, weird and dark, the one to watch out for: at the spearhead of a wave of great new comics. All hail Alexander Bennett!' HARRY HILL
'Warm, insane and very funny' Steven Appleby, THE GUARDIAN
'His sharp interpretations of the world around him add a sinister spin to the everyday. Unique and hilarious' THE REVIEWS HUB
Plus, new material from…
BBC Three, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 4 Extra, ITV, ITV2, Dave, Channel 4
“An absolute idiot... simple, silly and screamingly funny” FEST
★★★★★ “Laugh Out Loud Funny” Cream of the Fringe
★★★★★ “Hilarious and endearing” The Student Newspaper
★★★★ “Naturally Funny” The Skinny
Doors 7:30, Show 8pm
Camden Comedy Club
100 Camden High St
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