The History of Everything

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Everything you ever wanted to know about everything...ever. From Ancient Rome to the Millennium Dome, Telegraphy to the mobile phone, Tudors, Trump and Tory capers, Persians, peace signs and the Panama papers. 

Fringe First winner Ben Watson performs this silly, surreal and satirical fast-paced comic adventure through history.

Musical and sketch comedy with a sprinkling of cabaret and spoken word poetry

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

  • Tue 26 Sep 7:30 PM £10.00
  • Wed 27 Sep 7:30 PM £10.00

For The History of Everything...

This superb performance is worth 60 minutes of anyone’s day.
★★★★ Fringe Guru

One to watch out for
★★★★ Broadway Baby

For Ben Watson...

A true comedy diva, John Cleese with sex appeal
Scotsman

Part Lee Evans, part Jim Carrey – a manic performance of the first order
Stage

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  • Tue 26 September 7:30 PM
  • Wed 27 September 7:30 PM

Written and performed by Ben Watson

Age guideline: 12+

  • Part Lee Evans and part Jim Carrey – a manic performance of the first order.
       
    Stage
  • One to watch out for
       
    Broadway Baby
  • This superb performance is worth 60 minutes of anyone’s day.
       
    Fringe Guru

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