Fresh from his recent roles in Channel 4's comedy Ministry of Justice and numerous BBC Three Quickies, loveable Cockney geezer Lenny Sherman brings his barrel of laughs to the Edinburgh Fringe. 'A big, bold, baldie full of straight-talking working-class opinion, flirting with the audience's assumption he's going to be a knuckle-headed racist, but playfully undermining that image with more silliness than satire. It's a power-packed performance jammed full of gags - a real blast' (Steve Bennett, Chortle.co.uk). Lenny was the support act for Jerry Sadowitz at Leicester Square Theatre. 'Deft joke writer' (Loaded).
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