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In a world where unaccountability and scapegoating is not only the norm but seemingly admired, one man has the courage to put his hand up and say, "Hey I make mistakes and here's an hour of them" and "Has anyone seen my car... No wait there it is." That man is Brendon Burns.

So I Suppose This is Offensive Now is his famous If.Comedy 2007 Award-winning show. Recorded in June 2008 at The Duchess Theatre, London, in front of a capacity crowd. Brendon talks openly on every sensitive issue of this modern era and perhaps sheds some light on how humanity may even get on a bit better. A rollercoaster tour de force, comedy not to be missed.

©2008 Open Mike Productions.; (P)2008 An Open Mike Production for Universal

Critic Reviews

"He's honestly the best thing I've seen in a long long time." (Guardian)
"This show is huge, it is absolutely the smartest thing I have ever seen in the comedy section and yes, it is funny. " (The Scotsman)
"The must see show of the Edinburgh Fringe." (The Times)
"Breathtaking... splendidly and splenetically angry." (Mail on Sunday)
"The stand out comic from this year's Fringe." (METRO)

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Mr Burns is a master

Brendon Burns and Stewart Lee are pushing the stand up envelope as far as it can go. This is a very accomplished set in which the audience are his pawns. Great stuff!