Alistair Green What are we like eh?

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Alistair Green: What Are We Like Eh?

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“Join me, viral sensation and highly successful (got asked to be the voice of a cartoon dog on an advert for Tesco bank last week whatevs 😎) entertainment legend Alistair Green for the evening of a lifetime as I present, in person, a selection of my most iconic and toxic characters on the big screen. Followed by the now infamous Q&A section where you get to ask me anything you want, like you’d do with a proper film-maker (which I am).”

A stunning array of his most iconic characters plus some new ones that have never been seen before that make up this kaleidoscopic snapshot of a country having a total nervous breakdown. What are we like eh! 🤪⁠

Age guide 18+
This show contains strong language

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