John Tothill: Dermatologists Hate Him
  • Camden Fringe

Join John Tothill " writer, comedian, former Footlight and Londons Last Libertine, actually " for an evening of exaggeration, emancipation and assorted chat. Dermatologists Hate Him is Tothills debut solo show, so even if its absolutely appalling, its still technically historic, if that makes sense? Luckily, its going to be stunning anyway, so you dont even need to worry about that too much. In fact, some scholars have argued that its one of the best possible ways to spend an evening (citation needed). Just take a couple of minutes to imagine how the world would look if you just bought a ticket: before the show, you could have the nicest Aperol spritz in the world, wander along to the Canal Caf Theatre, take in 45 minutes of organic, corn-fed, free-range good vibes, before sitting outside and soaking up Londons late-summer sunset. Take August out for one last night on the town, before bidding him farewell and turning to his no-nonsense, big-boned sister, September, with your back-to-school stationery at the ready. Youd be mad or busy to miss this one, gorgeouses. ***** EdFringeReview***** BroadwayBaby

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