Paul Foot Retrospective

Paul Foot is one of our most prolific giggers. In fact, it’s rare to find a week when he’s not previewing or performing something somewhere. And now he’s giving his fans the chance to revisit some of his older shows in a special mini tour.

© Paul Foot

© Paul Foot

Paul will be performing a retrospective of three of his past shows: By the Yard, Still Life and Kenny Larch is Dead. No Ash in the Attic, sadly. He will perform them across consecutive nights at each venue. The tour starts in Leicester in October and culminates in December in Brighton.

Here’s what Paul had to say about his one-of-a-kind live project: “This year I really want to revisit three of my favourite shows from the past and perform them side by side, one night after another. While this might seem an unusual idea, I want to do this because all three of these shows are very different from one another and were all created in a short period of time (2009-2012).”

“I didn’t necessarily intend to create three such different shows; I think they turned out the way they did simply because of an urge on my part to experiment with all aspects of a comedy show,” He explained. “One is a show about structure with an unexpected ending, one is built around fantasies of my mind, whilst the other has two pieces which are uncompromising and extreme, but in different ways. They have all become shows I am very proud of and that I would love to share with my audiences today.”

For more information about where and when the gigs are taking place and to buy tickets, visit Paul’s show diary.

 

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