In proud association with Camden Fringe;
Last year Rory O'Keeffe moved to Rome. Why? He still doesn't know.
From playing a priest as an extra in a Sorrentino film to interviewing graffiti artists for work, the stand-up comedian recounts his own surreal version of La Dolce Vita. Features unjustified stereotypes, justified stereotypes, and pasta.
"Acutely well-observed and cringingly funny, this is
comedy for a post-recession graduate
generation" - Fest
"This is a fascinating show. For those in the market for something a bit clever, endearing and sweet, don't pass it up." - Shortcom
"Sharp, intriguing and entertaining. A natural comedian" - The Upcoming
"His jokes keep up with his own frenetic pace. Make no mistake: this is a downright clever show. As someone who loathes seeing a punchline coming, I might as well have been blindfolded in the dark." - Edinburgh 49+3
"Funny, charming, and thought-provoking." - Bunbury Magazine