Jokes, rants, politics, play and the occasional sing song.

If you don’t know what he does ask your parents.

In his time he has won awards, forced a politician to resign, changed laws on tax and protest, become Guinness Book of Records world record holder for number of protests in 24 hours, taken the police to court three times and won, walked the length of the Israeli Wall in the West Bank and generally mucked about trying to have fun and f*#% the right people off.

This show is more of the above.

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Derby Hall @ The Met
£20.50 / £14 concessions (inc fees)

Met members and corporate members: on-sale from 10am Thursday 16 May (just login to book online)

General ticket buyers: on-sale online from 10am Friday 17 May (phone lines open 12noon)

Ages 16+ only

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“You’ll leave recommitted to the fight against this appalling authoritarian government, to keep that tradition alive.”

Guardian 2021

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