Comedian Luke Kempner looks at meaning of masculinity in Bordon show

Friday 14th January 2022 1:23 pm
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COMEDIAN and mimic Luke Kempner will bring his show Macho Macho Man to The Phoenix Theatre and Arts Centre in Bordon on February 10 at 8pm.

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Luke, whose range of contemporary impressions includes Piers Morgan, Boris Johnson and Ru Paul, came up with the title while listening to his Les Miserables album “for the 28,000th time”.

He tries to work out what masculinity really means with the help of Louis Theroux, the cast of Downton Abbey and even Jürgen Klopp.

Luke struggles to fit in, between turning up to a dance audition in football boots to falling in love with a “cool guy” who sits in the row in front of him at the football. Will Luke ever become the Macho Macho Man he dreams of?

His previous show, House of Faces, sold out at the Edinburgh Fringe and toured nationwide in 2019.

For tickets, priced £15, call 01420 472664 or visit www.phoenixarts.co.uk

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