Slightly surreal, hugely funny, it’s a story about how to cope with the absurdity of today’s world, find love at 43, put on a one-man show in New York and come to terms with all your spare ramekins.
‘Ridiculously funny, breathtakingly erudite’ a ‘glorious, hilarious’ story, (Scotsman), told by ‘a brilliant, witty man at his peak’, (Chortle).
Brandreth returns with the sequel to his multiple five-star, sell-out one-man-show: The Brandreth Papers.
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