LIAM MULLONE: Down To The Bone

Wed 18 Apr - Leicester Square Theatre – 7pm (1 hour)

Armed only with the blunt weapon of reason, Liam takes on the scariest subjects in comedy: immigration, the third world, Islam, Scottish independence and the problem of people who are Not Yet Middle Class. A hilarious and provocative hour, Down to the Bone was nominated Best New Show at the Leicester Comedy Festival and received great reviews at Edinburgh.

Liam has written four critically-acclaimed stand-up shows, has appeared on ITV’s Stand-up Hero and Take The Mic, BBCR4’s 28 Acts in 28 Minutes, BBC7s New Comedy Awards and writing credits include C4’s Stand Up For The Week, BBC3’s Russell Howard’s Good News, BBC R4’s The Now Show & The Arthur Smith Lectures, BBCR1’s The Milk Run and BBCR2's Henning Knows Best

“Mullone takes a different comedy road, with confidence and a deep intensity” ***** Daily Mirror

"an intellectual bruiser of a comedian. Classy stuff." **** Chortle

"his analogies are genius" **** Three Weeks

"A refreshing sign that the cult of laddism is fading. Mullone will hit the bigtime" Evening Standard (Bruce Dessau)

“the shaded venn diagram overlap between Eddie Izzard and Dylan Moran… a deceptively sharp operator” Chortle

More quotes below

Biog and showreel:

http://beyondcompere.com/our-acts/profile/liam-mullone

Clips:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHHGTRXB6wA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phcqWUTJNrI&feature=related

More Quotes:

"His talent is undeniable and the room is alive with laughter" Fest

"Great stand up. A credit to the free fringe" London Is Funny

"tackles topics off the usual comedy palette with intelligence and a flick of surrealism” Chortle

"A very, very, very funny man" Three Weeks

“Rather than simply accepting the default comic impression that life is shit, he gives the impression he’s thoroughly researched the idea – both in academic theory and through the unforgiving practice of having lived a bit – before coming to the same, cynical conclusion" Chortle

"Witty observations and clever wordplay" Three Weeks

"uses language elegantly, making complex ideas accessible yet funny; while his amiably shambolic style, redolent of a befuddled but bright don, is similarly disarming. Rarely does someone who seems so confused prove so incisive" Chortle

"mighty fine writing… a sizeable well of smart and funny routines … an intelligent comic who communicates with strong ideas and sharp jokes" Chortle

"Brilliant … a tour de force" John Pigeon, former Head of BBC Entertainment

"Sharp cynicism with clever, devious wordplay" Chortle

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