Henry Ginsberg: Molesting the Corpse of Traditional Masculinity Since 1987

Comedy (stand-up, solo show)

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Henry Ginsberg is not your standard Everyman. He's an anxiety-riddled, emotionally unstable, jaded romanticist who took up stand-up comedy at 18 instead of going to uni, and who managed to remain a virgin well into his late 20s. Chances are he's not what you imagine when you think of a 'real man'. In a reprise of last year's show, Henry explores toxic masculinity, sexual shame and self image, along with his trademark themes of mental unrest, loneliness and spunk.

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