'The angriest man in UK comedy is back at the Fringe for another hour of spleen-venting, more misanthropic, bitter and agitated than ever' **** (Chortle.co.uk). 'Big laughs and ranty surrealism from gripe-happy comic' **** (List). 'Legge's unstoppable anger should by all rights wear thin over an hour in close proximity, but the passion with which he performs and the honesty with which he presents himself - along with the genuine joy that peppers the piece - combine to form one of the most refreshing and engaging shows of the Fringe' ***** (BroadwayBaby.com).
If you like your lunchtime comedy loud and angry then you can't go wrong with Fringe stalwart Michael Legge. Legge is a consistently strong performer at the festival but this year's show is a particular stand out. More political than previous years, he tackles the big topics like the impact of Brexit on the Irish border, ukulele-playing comedians, and why only one of us decided to be Iggy Pop...
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