Society doesn’t have a clue what to do with homeschooled naif Troy Hawke….equally Troy is clueless as to how to process what’s going on in front of him.
He’s puzzled by so much…the middle aisle of Aldi, the word ‘sick’ as a compliment and being falsely accused of shouting in Poundland.
Troy is on a quest to just make sense of it all. A quest that also leads to his involvement in a Liverpool street robbery that made the national news.
As seen on Benidorm (ITV), Live at the Electric (BBC3) and Blue Go Mad in Ibiza (C5)
British Fringe Guide Top Recommended Shows of 2017, 2018
***** The New Current ‘Character comedy that is near perfection’
***** Scotsgay ‘Comic genius’
**** Fest ‘Spectacular character…razor sharp wit laced with a touch of the surreal’
**** Chortle ‘Undeniably funny’
**** The List ‘Beautifully written characters’
**** Broadway Baby ‘Perfectly worded jokes’
**** Edfest Mag ‘One of the year’s best comedy acts…will outgrow his venue in no time’
**** The Skinny ‘Massive amounts of fun’
**** Three Weeks ‘Hits the ticklish spots’
**** The Wee Review ‘…a character so defined and well realised that the room is instantly on board with his quite unique critique of modern life’
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Senior citizens (60 and over), Students (library card accepted), NHS Staff, Teachers, Armed Forces, Services (Polic, Fire & ambulance), Registered Disabled (with free entry for one carer) all qualify for our concession discount.
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If your party has members with a disability, then you can bring along a registered carer for free.
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