Mae Martin : Sap
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MAEMARTIN: SAP

The co-writer and star of Channel Fourand Netflix sitcom Feel Good, andstar of her own Netflix stand-up special, is on tour!

In her brand new stand-up hour, MaeMartin looks at the uphill battle of trying to do the right thing in a worldthat sometimes seems to have lost its moral compass. With hercharacteristically manic self-reflection, she bounces between vice and virtue,optimism and pessimism, the urge to be our best selves versus the urge togleefully give in to our more base instincts. But it's not all big questions -there's also a lot about sloths, moose, hot dogs, love, and tree sap.

Along with her new Channel Four and Netflix sitcom Feel Good, Mae is a multi award winning stand-up, who'salso released two radio series for BBC Radio Four, and written the acclaimedbook Can Everyone Please Calm Down? A Guide to 21st Century Sexuality.

'Fast becoming the finest comedian of hergeneration' ***** (Metro)

'Hopeful and joyous& effortlessly amusing' **** (The Times)

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