Luca Cupani: Lives I Never Lived

Comedy (storytelling, stand-up)

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  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years

Description

Which life would you choose if you had a second chance? Luca managed to narrow the possible answers down to a few options (legionnaire in the French Foreign Legion, Japanese swordsmith, Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church...) and in this brand-new show he is ready to describe the lives he never lived! Expect bizarre and informative storytelling, endearing and honest humour and a charming Italian accent! Heard on BBC World Service's The Arts Hour. 'Funny and fresh and so, so moreish' **** (Scotsman). 'See him now' **** (Scotsman). So You Think You’re Funny winner.

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  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

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Beth Philpott 60 days ago

We seen Luca Cupani last year as well and we love him!
His storytelling is unique and his style is something other comedians should look out for.
We appreciate that he is always clean and delivers an honest story.

Neeps 71 days ago

I really enjoyed this show, storytelling was engaging and very funny.


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Fest (3/5 stars) 65 days ago

“Who knows about Cardinal Pell?” ponders the Italian comic Luca Cupani, under the rafters at the Mash House Attic. Pell, if you missed it, is the Australian clergyman who was recently convicted of… well, you can probably guess. Although Cupani is a lot less prudish about explaining what occurred, despite...

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The Scotsman (4/5 stars) 66 days ago

Sheer niceness is an underrated quality in comedy. Luca Cupani’s hour is driven by it. ...

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