Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah, It's 101 Clean Jokes in 30 Minutes

Comedy (compilation)

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Award-winning gag merchant and UK Pun Champion 2016, Masai Graham, delivers over 100 clean jokes in just half an hour. Expect puns, one-liners and wordplay in this 3.3 laughs-per-minute bonanza. ‘Annoyingly good' (Gary Delaney, Mock the Week). ‘Flashes of proper genius’ (Chortle.co.uk).

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James Tomaney 126 days ago

Thoroughly enjoyed this show. Great pace, constant laughs

claire 133 days ago

Hilarious. Great laughter therapy!


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Deadline News (5/5 stars) 128 days ago

Masai works 11 months as a care worker to save up his annual leave to bring huge smiles to the faces of those in Edinburgh every August and he certainly did not disappoint.

His style of comedy is cracking short puns and one liners however these are not randomly plucked out, he manages to tell an entire story in a short space of time during his 101 joke shows.

From 2014 to 2016 he was in the top ten best jokes at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and in 2016 he won the award for best joke. He covers a very wide and extensive range of topics including family, work, teaching, charities, celebrities and football. And all of that is just the tip of the iceberg.

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