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Marcus Brigstocke, Vaudeville Theatre

Marcus Brigstocke, Vaudeville Theatre

Unashamedly intellectual comic who loves a good rant

Marcus Brigstocke: religionists and smug atheists get a kicking in his show
Marcus Brigstocke, like God, is everywhere. No, strike that - the star of (and I may be missing a few here) Argumental, The Now Show, I’ve Never Seen Star Wars, Giles Wemmbley-Hogg Goes Off and The Late Edition is currently performing God Collar, a show about rational atheism, so let’s drop the deity assumption. Whether God exists depends on your personal faith choices, but we know Brigstocke absolutely does exist because at any given time he is appearing on television and radio, sometimes on several channels at once.

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