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Following the success of his first ever (and long overdue) national tour of ‘Self Employed’ in 2011, Simon Munnery is releasing the whirlwind ‘Hats Off To The 101ers, And Other Material’ upon the people of Great Britain in 2012.
Its an extravagant mess of foaming bubble hats, superlative jokes, bad guitar riffs, delightful monologues, hand-made engineering feats and an overly ambitious one-man punk musical about the R101 airship of the 1930s.
All performed with a plum. Or some other fruit.
Star of BBC2’s ‘Attention Scum’ and Radio 4’s ‘Where Did It All Go Wrong?’ As on BBC2’s ‘Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle’. British Comedy Award Nominee and Sony Radio Award Winner.
First on our screens in the mid-nineties on ITV’s flagship comedy show ‘Saturday Live’ Simon had already made his mark on the live circuit with ‘The Dum Show’ (with Steve Coogan, Patrick Marber, Stewart Lee and Richard Herring) and as the host of the experimental night Cluub Zarathustra.
His characters including Alan Parker: Urban Warrior, The League Against Tedium and Buckethead became both live and broadcasting favorites and earned him a Perrier Award Nomination and a Barry Award Nomination (1999).
“There are more brilliant ideas in one of Simon Munnery’s shows than most comics will manage in a lifetime” – The Times
“Simon Munnery is nothing less than a genius” – The Guardian
“The Peter Cook of his generation” – Stewart Lee