*THIS IS AN ONLINE SHOW*
Andrew Roach Talent and Ingenious Fools are pleased to announce that Comedian and Actor, Richard Stott, has been awarded Arts Council England funding for a unique project that will include a combination of sixteen workshops and live performances, both in person and online.
In this ‘Heart-wrenchingly moving and unquestionably funny” (Evening Standard) stand-up show Richard Stott examines body image, mental health and being disabled in an image-obsessed world.Stott was born with Poland Syndrome making him lopsided with a misshapen hand. He had life-changing surgery to add toes for fingers on his left hand, which growing up, gave him a unique and unflinchingly funny outlook on the world.
The project, which will include Richard’s critically acclaimed debut show Right Hand Man, will cover various venues around the UK this autumn from mid-September.Richard Stott is an actor, comedian, voiceover artist and writer. He has appeared on The Nihal Arthanyake Show (BBC Radio 5 Live), BBC No Filter, London Live and Union JACK Radio’s Minds Over Matter podcast. He first performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2017 and his debut full-length solo show. He has entertained audiences in some of the UK’s best loved venues and Festivals including the Great Yorkshire Fringe, Roar Festival, Bedfringe, Camden Fringe, Shaftesbury Fringe, Guildford Fringe, Battersea Arts Centre, and Hope Mill Theatre.
2nd in Dave’s Top Ten Jokes of the Edinburgh Fringe 2019
The Mirror’s Top Jokes of 2019
★★★★ “Definitely one to watch out for” – Broadway Baby 2019
★★★★ “Stands out in a myriad of other shows” – The Skinny
★★★★ – “Reminiscent of Jonathan Pie” – Three Weeks 2019
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