Country Mile Productions present

John Tothill: The Last Living Libertine

Fri 8 - Sat 9 Mar 24 60 minutes
Edinburgh Festivals
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The Skinny
Join John Tothill, the Last Living Libertine [citation needed], for an evening of exaggeration, emancipation and dense theoretical speculation in a show that straddles cabaret and TEDTalk (also known as stand-up comedy).
‘One of the most brilliantly funny night’s of this year’s Fringe… Potentially the best newcomer we’ve seen in recent times’
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Don’t be shy, fill full your cups with this debut hour all about pleasure, performed by a gushing bon vivant to an audience of conventionally attractive comedy-goers.

Featuring almost exclusively sleepover-style gossip, dressed up in a way that feels more important than that (but isn’t).

Originally directed by Adam Brace.
Subsequently directed by Molly Stacey and Daniel Emery.
Dedicated to Adam Brace.

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