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James Mullinger - Living The Dream
(Brand new live stand up tour for 2013)
Last year, James Mullinger’s stand up show sold out every date on a national tour. This year, the critically acclaimed comedian, TV presenter, journalist and BBC Radio regular is back with his most hilarious, honest and uplifting show yet. Described by the Evening Standard as “a rising comic star”, by Jimmy Carr as “a great stand up” and by Michael McIntyre as “the next big thing”, Mullinger’s show is not to be missed!
James Mullinger is about to become a father for the second time and he tells all on pregnancy, fatherhood, farts and Thomas The Tank Engine as well as life on the road, meeting Paul McCartney, his past as a hard drinking party machine and why he loves Leicester so much.
Packed with hilarious stories, non-stop gags and a honesty rarely seen in stand up comedy, you are guaranteed to leave the show with a smile on your face and a spring in your step.
With his usual lack of embarrassment, he shares the hysterical tales others would pay to conceal.
Seen last year on TV with Jerry Seinfeld, Stewart Lee and also on Comedy Central interviewing Judd Apatow, Ross Noble and Daniel Craig, Mullinger is one of the most exciting and unmissable rising stars in the UK. Catch him now!
With awesome support act!
What they say about James Mullinger:
“Fast paced, intelligent and very very funny.” Shappi Khorsandi
"Fantastic, very talented and very funny. The next big thing.” Michael McIntyre
"Funny, surprising, shocking and clever. Hernia inducingly funny." Iain Morris (Creator of The Inbetweeners)
“Compulsive viewing… A talented comedian worth keeping an eye on in the future.” Huffington Post
"Engaging and hilarious comedy from a man who packs a punch. *****" Arts In Leicestershire
“Something of a sensation. Brutally honest, distinctly personal – the anecdotes come thick, fast and raucously funny.” Evening Standard
“A great show, very funny stuff.” Time Out
“The novel content and exuberant nature of his stand up makes him one to watch for the future.” The Guardian