'I believe the children are our future', sang Whitney Houston, but she never had to explain adverbial clauses to a room full of bored 11 year olds. Max Attwood has spent the last five years educating children, and as such has a pretty good grasp of what our future is like. Mostly, no one will understand adverbial clauses. In his fourth Melbourne International Comedy Festival show, Max explores the enduring appeal of four-square, details what happens when you give a sixth-grader a free-pass to call you any name you can think of and shares other valuable lessons learned from staying in school way too long.
'Engaging and raw… full of surprising laughs.' Herald Sun
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