Sick of sanctimonious lefties lecturing you about global warming, Jeremy Corbyn and sexism? No?
Award-winning comedian Leo Kearse has betrayed his Scottish upbringing and hippy parents and now slaughters liberal sacred cows with razor sharp wit, showing audiences that it’s all right to be right.
Can Make You Tory is a primal bellow from a Trump-supporting straight white male that strikes a chord with the silent majority. You’ll leave the show a fan of nuclear power, capitalism, traditional values and voting Tory! Guaranteed (no money back).
‘A giant of the art’ – chortle
Lanky Scot, Leo Kearse is part of the new wave of raw, bold, American-inspired comedians taking the big UK clubs by storm. He’s gigged for Just The Tonic, Comedy Loft, Jongleurs, Backyard, TED Entertainment, Top Secret and many others. Leo has also toured internationally, performing on all four continents.
‘Kearse is seriously good. Quick, funny, smart, to the point…hilarious’ – The Scotsman
As well as straight stand-up, he also performs at festivals and cabaret nights as the improvised ‘Pun Man’, and holds the 2015 Dave TV UK Pun Champion title. Leo is also the co-creator of sellout show Hate ‘n’ Live, which has top comedians hate on audience suggestions.
A regular co-presenter on TalkSPORT Extra Time and Fubar Radio‘s Mark Dolan Eats The News. Leo also appeared on ITV‘s Dinner Date, Britain’s Got Talent, BBC Two‘s Funny Business and Al Jazeera, and had viral YouTube hits featured in Metro and the Daily Mail. Aside from performing, he’s written for some of the biggest names in comedy.
Laughing Horse Free Fringe, Gothic Room @ Free Sisters
3 – 27 (not 15, 16) @ 7.30pm
- 13th July – London – The Water Poet, 8pm – free entry
- 16th July – London – Backyard Club, Bethnal Green – £5 adv
- 29th July – Braintree – Bocking Arts Theatre – £5
For anyone interested in going gig on the 16th at the backyard, you can use the 2-4-1 promo code POLITICAL.
‘Very funny, very dirty, occasionally shocking, but edgily likeable and happily endearing, eliciting the guilty pleasure of laughter from a wide-eyed audience’
The List ****
‘Very tall and very funny… such energy and aplomb that the audience is left powerless to resist… one of the most enjoyable shows of the Fringe’
Three Weeks ****
‘Overflowing with energy…inspired riffing…a deserved winner’
This Is Essex