Mothers should bring their daughters to this show. It will be very educational for both of them.
Following his irreverent literary satires Romance Novel and I Love Comedy, Miles Munn is back.
His new show satirises bad TV dialogue, and bad dialogues in real life too.
“Life doesn’t imitate art, it imitates bad TV.”
Like all Miles’ shows, this one has a look behind-the-curtain of showbiz. Much of the humour is found in the deconstruction of comedy. Audience members always enjoy the ‘over-explaining’ of the jokes.
And for the lady a cappuccino continues the literary themes (with over-the-top soliloquys) but there is now a sincere and personal element. The show is thought-provoking and tinged with vulnerability.
This show contains: Strong sexual references, Political, religious or racial themes.
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