Simon Brodkin Troublemaker
  • West End

World-famous prankster and creator ofthe hugely popular Lee Nelson, is back on stage with TROUBLEMAKER,his sensational new stand-up show.

After showering Sepp Blatter withbanknotes, upstaging Kanye West at Glastonbury, and handing Theresa May herP45, the critically acclaimed comedian explores why trouble has followed himfrom primary school through medical school to lockdown home school. And whatit's like to be chased by Donald Trump's bodyguards, how to make the policelaugh while they're arresting you, and what to do when you're outed as a Jew bythe Ku Klux Klan.

Simon is one ofBritain's most loved comedians following his smash hit BBC shows Lee Nelson's Well Good Show& Well Funny People, Channel 4's award-nominated Britain'sBiggest Hoaxer and multiple TV appearances (Live at the Apollo, Sunday Nightat the Palladium, The John Bishop Christmas Show, Children InNeed, & Channel 4's Comedy Gala).

After the success of his stand-up show 100%Simon Brodkin, selected by The Guardian and The Evening Standardas one of their 'Best Comedy Shows' at the Edinburgh Festival, TROUBLEMAKERis the must-see comedy show of 2021.

"Comedy legend" The Sun

"Hilarious" The Scotsman

"There aren't many better comedians toturn to" The Telegraph

"Get him out" Donald Trump

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