Joe Wells: King of the Autistics artwork. An illustrated parody of Leonardo Da Vinci’s painting 'The Last Supper', featuring Jesus and his disciples sat along a large rectangular table in a spacious room. In this parody, Joe Wells, a young man with curly brown hair, takes the place of Jesus. He is reaching out for snack foods on the table. Jesus’ disciples are also replaced by various popular figures with autism, including Elon Musk, Greta Thunberg and Chris Packham.

Joe Wells: King of the Autistics

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There are 700,000 autistic people in the UK, but who is their leader?

2 years ago, Joe Wells decided he should be ‘King of The Autistics’ and it all went horribly wrong.

“One of my favourite comics.”
Frankie Boyle

“Some of the most surprising and thought-provoking material coming from any comedian.”
The Guardian

Over 4.5m views online for his video Having a non-autistic brother.

As seen on Rosie Jones’ Disability Comedy Extravaganza, BBC2’s Ouch! Storytelling Live and Channel 4’s Jokes Only a Neurodivergent Can Tell.

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NeurodiverseReview.co.uk

The follow-up to the critically acclaimed I Am Autistic (available now on YouTube), this is a stand-up show about representation, role models and the fight for autistic rights.

NOTE: There is no unwanted audience interaction in this show.

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