Ross Smith: Crying/Shame

Comedy (comedy, stand-up)

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  • Babes in arms policy: Babies are not allowed in the venue
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years
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Description

Boys don’t cry – but should they? Ross Smith can’t remember the last time he did and is unsure if he still can. In Crying/Shame, Smith asks why it’s good to cry, for emotional well-being and comedy awards. And why he is nowhere near reaching either. Hopefully it will all end in tears. Crying/Shame is the eagerly anticipated sophomore hour from emerging talent Ross Smith. 'One of my favourite new acts' (Joel Dommett). 'Hilarious and original – unlike this quote' (Nish Kumar). 'Laugh-out-loud gags cleverly set up – go and see Ross Smith' (Bruce Dessau, BeyondTheJoke.co.uk).

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