The self-confessed shameless northern joker is back. Justin's no-nonsense, laugh-out-loud comedy returns to the Fringe for the umpteenth time. Life's tough. His kids don't need him, the dog is getting old and he's retreated back to his youth by hiding under the covers and... getting his comics out. Expect tales of naivety, fish platters, mums break-dancing outside Lidl and his theory of what is the gateway to the netherworld. Contains joy, puffins, bad decisions, effluent pipes and geriatric dressing up. 'Charms the pants off the crowd' (Sunday Times). 'Belly laugh funny' (Manchester Evening News).
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