Irish-Italian comedian Vittorio Angelone went to see a play at the National Theatre in London. He loved the play, still does, but was deeply disturbed (read: pissed off) by the reaction of the English audience. Join him as he tackles being Irish in England, identity, and the sad comedy shows that seem to win awards.*
*Since writing this blurb Vittorio’s (my) show got nominated for, but crucially did not win, an award. The show still makes sense.
‘Come for the caustic wit, stay for a poignancy that never strays into shameless pandering.’
As seen on: BBC One, Channel 4, Have a Word podcast
Tour support for: Adam Rowe, Jason Manford, Dan Nightingale and Shane Todd
BBC New Comedy Award Regional Finalist
British Comedian of the Year Semi-Finalist
NOMINEE: Dave’s Best Newcomer at Edinburgh Fringe 2022