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The disenfranchised masses of the world have risen against oppression, teamed up with technology, and fought for freedom. In a joke-packed show encompassing revolutions, economic idiocy, political and social upheaval at home and around the globe, a well-crafted Edith Piaf gag and some puns about dogs, Zaltzman taps his British coffee table in approval, and wonders if he’d have the cast-iron cojones to do likewise.
Co-star alongside John Oliver of the worldwide smash hit podcast The Bugle, regular on BBC 5Live’s 7 Day Sunday, sporadic appearer on Radio 4, and ESPNCricinfo.com’s leading cricket satirist, Zaltzman comes to [VENUE NAME] following a storming 2011 Edinburgh Fringe run and a totally sold-out one-night tour of Bangladesh’s only comedy club.
“Probably the best satirical comic we’ve produced in the last two decades. Intelligent, biting and silly” − TimeOut
“Political comedy at its best” – Sunday Times
March 25th, 1971