Masculinity - isn't it, like, over? Or are there new ways to model manliness? Growing up Joe felt less like a boy, more like a Spice Girl. Now he's sort of grown up, and technically a man. This is a show about embracing girl power to create your own brand of manhood. 'Richly entertaining' **** (ScotsGay.co.uk). 'An engaging hour of stand-up with an important message and many laughs to be had' **** (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine). 'So much originality' **** (VoiceMag.uk). 'Oozing star power from every pore' (Mirror). 'Edgy and unpredictable' (ToDoList.org.uk). 'Definitely one to watch' (Chortle.co.uk).
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This show's artwork was involved in The Comedy Poster Awards 2018