Eliott Simpson: (A)sexy and I Know It
  • Brighton Fringe

Eliott has never cared for sex. He enjoys doing people as much as he enjoys doing his taxes (not at all), yet for all his life it has led to nothing but ridicule. But in peculiarity lies comedy, and Simpson has it in spades. With tales of gender, stakes, queerness and cakes, Simpson aims to widen your eyes to the bizarre life of an asexual man living in a sex-obsessed world. So come along, keep on your thong, and enjoy the only show completely absent of dick jokes...okay there are some but theyre very intellectual I swear...- Absurd and Accessible (The Norwich Radical)- "Infectiously funny" (The Indiependent)- "Weird as f**k" (Janey Godley) - "instantly likeable ... both informative and hilarious" - (ArtsYork.co.uk)- Sell-out show Glasgow International Comedy Festival 2019/2020- Sell-out show Museum of Comedy 2021- Scottish Comedian of the Year Semi-Finalist 2021- As seen on BBC Scotland- As Heard on BBC Radio Norfolk & Suffolk

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