Charlie Chaplin had it first but can we take back that moustache from Hitler? Richard Herring tries to find out people's reaction to his face furniture. Will people think he's a fascist or just laugh in his face? In this critically acclaimed show he examines iconography, the way we judge, and are judged. And can he use the moustache as Chaplin did before him, to satirise fascism and expose the culpability of apathetic liberals in the success of the BNP?
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"Superblyconstructed and wickedlyclever" ( The Observer)"A reallyexcellent comedy show: a playfulpointed and often bitterly funnyattack on racism… he's electrifying" (The Times)
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"Richard Herring is a beautiful boy."
Funny, interesting, even wrong at times (voting can save the world???). Richard Herring is a beautiful boy, and the hardest (very hard) working man in British comedy (aside: Stewart Lee works harder but only releases more selective work).
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