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Alfie Brown: Red Flags Galore!

Canalhouse, 48 - 52 Canal Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 7EH
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Thursday 7 November 2024

Venue: Canalhouse

Time: 8.30pm - onwards

Tickets £15 

In his new show, award winning comedian Alfie Brown is showing signs that he probably can't have a healthy relationship and proceeding down the road with him would be emotionally dangerous. But what are these signs? Alfie Brown is the most hated man in an internet forum that he is not even the main subject of. But perhaps reading the worst things about yourself can be an educational experience? Is the digital age turning us bad, or is it merely shining a light on the bad previously unseen?

WINNER: CHORTLE AWARDS 2022 - BEST SHOW - SENSITIVE MAN

NOMINEE: DAVE'S EDINBURGH COMEDY AWARDS MAIN PRIZE - SENSITIVE MAN - 2022

★★★★★ "It is tricky to write 350 sensible words when you come out a show simply thinking "Wow! F**k! Wow!' "

THE SCOTSMAN

★ ★ ★ ★"Breathtaking... a unique, provocative voice"
EVENING STANDARD

★★★★
Part of the Nottingham Comedy festival 2024

 

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