Bob Mortimer and Andy
Dawson's Podcast 'Now In Human Form' at the Epstein Theatre
THE comedy legend Bob Mortimer has
teamed up with Andy Dawson to present:- 'Athletico Mince' live
on stage, at Liverpool's The Epstein Theatre, on Monday, 29 May 2017. After
1 year, 41 episodes and over 5 million listens, Bob Mortimer and Andy Dawson
are taking their hit comedy podcast on the road, with a host of all new
songs, stories, smart clothes, clear speaking and more. Following sold out
shows in:- Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds and London, the duo will be now
bring 'Athletico Mince' to Liverpool so don’t miss your chance
to see them at the Hanover Street theatre.
What started out in March 2016 as an attempt to record a football podcast
soon turned into something far stranger and more random after Bob and Andy
realised that their footballing opinions actually had zero credibility.
Subjects covered each week include the
lifestyle of former England manager Steve McClaren (including his love of
beans on toast and the gastric struggles of his yellow snake Casper), Robson
Green’s doomed attempts to meet Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez and
Andy’s run-ins with a short tempered Jeremy Corbyn. In keeping with the
overwhelmingly non-football vibe, the podcast has also included:- lifestyle
hacks, domestic appliance tips and meat advice, as well as a campaign to
build the world’s largest saxophone just off the A1, and a definitive guide
to lifting up celebrities.
More recently, Bob and Andy have lifted the lid on the 'Gangs Of The
EPL' the secretive bullying activities between various groups of
Premier League stars. The live shows will feature lots of new material from
the various hit features of the podcast, along with 1 or 2 surprises.
Theatre manager, Rebekah Pichilingi, said:- "We are delighted to
announce Athletico Mince at The Epstein Theatre. Bob Mortimer is well known
as 1 of the best comedians around and we can’t wait to see this podcast
bought to life on stage."
For tickets and more information check
EpsteinLiverpool.Co.UK or call:- 0844 888 4411.