KONSTANTIN KISIN: ORWELL THAT ENDS WELL
After a hugely successful Edinburgh run, Konstantin Kisin, who made international headlines by refusing to sign a ‘safe space’ contract for a university gig, offers an intelligent, uncompromising look at free speech and ‘wokeness’ in his debut show. Full of strong gags, tales of rags-to-riches-back-to-rags (as the son of a former oligarch) and razor-sharp observations about the world, Kisin’s comedy walks the line between offense and humour as he tears into the sacred myths of modern society.
Directed by Jonathan Pie co-writer Andrew Doyle, the show is guaranteed to entertain and ruffle feathers in equal measure.
★★★★★ – Wee Review (“Massive success”)
★★★★★ – The Student (“Hilarious – not to be missed”)
★★★★★- London Theatre 1 (“How comedy should be”)
★★★★ – Telegraph (“Charismatic and funny”)
★★★★- Fringe Biscuit (“Master of irony”)
“Favourite comedy show of the Fringe” – Spectator
“Poised, thoughtful and mischievous” – Scotsman