Famous comedian Russell Brand thinks you shouldn't vote. Far less successful comedian Alastair Clark thinks he's wrong. Who's right? Alastair Clark presents an hour of stand-up about politics - verbally pitting himself against the poster boy for voting abstinence, Russell Brand. Explored through the subtly surreal story of a dream centred around Nick Clegg in the guise of a neglectful husband, Alastair explores his emotional and intellectual relationship with politics. A show about political apathy, come... or don't... Whatever. 'Massively funny' ***** (LSMedia). 'Genuinely funny and extremely clever' **** (Tab.co.uk). 'Intelligent and ambitious' **** (LiverpoolSoundandVision.co.uk).
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