Tom Rosenthal — Manhood (Work In Progress) (Jan 2019)

Address:
Battersea Arts Centre, Lavender Hill, Battersea, London
Tel:
0207 223 2223

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
28th January to 2nd February 2019
8 PM
Running time:
1 hour
Tickets & Cost:
£8, from bac.org.uk

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You might have seen Tom Rosenthal on C4's Friday Night Dinner and Plebs. He's also the drunkest guy on Comedy Central's Drunk History, and the overly competitive one in his local pub quiz (The Alwyne Castle).

Tonight he'll be telling us the story of how he spent his life trying to avenge the theft of his foreskin in this 'work in progress' show at the Battersea Arts Centre.

 

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