British comedian and storyteller Gerard Harris's regrettably true story of a midlife plunge into stand-up comedy after years as a joke writer for a very famous U.K. comic — armed with a limited attention span, Tourette's syndrome, and all the jokes the comedian didn't buy.
It's a feel-good show (because by the end of it you will feel good that it didn't happen to you) featuring:
No singing! No dancing! No soul-baring stories about alcoholic fathers! Limited references to overbearing mothers! Great one-liners! Not so great one-liners! ADHD! ADHD! The underrepresented white middle-class heterosexual male perspective! Actual irony! ADHD!