Alex Williamson – Make The World a Banter Place
  • West End

He may not be everyone's cuppa tea, but "overwhelmingly politically incorrect" (What's Good, NZ) Alex Williamson knows how to banter.

Alex has smashed out a brand-new, multi-media, joke-heavy live show every year since he decided to channel the genius that has earned him 3 million social media followers (and over 300 millions views online), into writing and performing live shows. He's one of the hottest tickets at comedy festivals and big theatres around Australia and the UK, and that's because he talks the talk.

Darkly intelligent and crassly funny Shooter's latest offering is no exception - get in early and see what comedy looks like in the 21st Century.

"Absolutely nothing is off limits... wildly entertaining" - Rip It Up (AU)

"the audience love him - he could easily be friends with this crowd" - Theatreview (NZ)

"quickly carving a new niche in mainstream comedy... this is how a modern comic mind SHOULD work" - Herald Sun (AU)

"A man who grasps the essence of comedy... sent the audience into fits of laughter" - Broadway Baby (UK)

"the rare comedian whose stories you hope are not true, for if they were, he would well and truly be sentenced to life with no parole" - What's Good (NZ)

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