Dave Fensome: Dog Eat Dog (Work in Progress)
  • Brighton Fringe

After his sell-out run here last year with his debut show 'ADHDave', local comedian Dave Fensome returns to Caroline of Brunswick with his latest work 'Dog Eat Dog'. Dealing with being the wrong kind of person in this weird competitive world we live in, he turns his uniquely dark comic mind to topics of culture, class, and most importantly, forgiveness. He will also probably talk about dogs quite a bit.Dave is the host of the sell-out 'Late Show', and a regular feature at many of the country's best comedy clubs."Dave Fensomes material is energetic and relatable. Dont miss it. (Brighton Source)"Laugh after Laugh" (Voice Mag)

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