Thu 29 June 2017 // 20:00
Tickets: £10 / £8 concessions
‘Britain’s greatest living anti-comedian’ (The Guardian) wades head long into the thorny issue of Foreign Policy.
Ever thought that maybe your relationship with your next-door neighbour is in fact a foreign policy? No? Well that’s lesson number one from dead pan critic’s favourite Ed Aczel. If we all practised good manners, what a lovely world we would live in. Join Ed to see how this relates to the current global maelstrom, whatever that is.
The show is a proper chance for the anti-comedian to run through the major foreign policy conundrums of our age, in a strictly, linear and geographical way. He’ll also seek out a bit of personal foreign policy which everyone can relate to. When will China get a Blue Water Navy? And who cares? Can Russia ever get a warm water port and why Ukraine? What about North Korea then? And what can I really do for Britain if it can’t do anything for me?
‘One of the most memorable and inventive comics working today’ The Scotsman
‘His meanderings are apparently the evidence of pure genius’ The List
‘Everyone needs to see Aczel at least once in their life’ Fest