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Liam Williams: Capitalism

2014 Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Liam Williams follows his widely-acclaimed debut with a show about money.

A self-reflective introduction to British comedy’s bright young thinker, Williams’ debut was a down-beat promenade through casted optimisms, and personal shortcomings. Following two sold-out London runs, a UK tour, critical acclaim, an Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer and Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination, Williams returns…

If you like television he’s done a few things for that: Russell Howard’s Good News, Comedy Central at the Comedy Store, something for Channel 4. And if you’re old, he’s been on BBC Radio 4, like, three times.

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“Extraordinary, a shatteringly funny set from a comic who's not ashamed to take the business of being alive seriously.” ***** THE GUARDIAN

“Williams now sounds like the voice of a generation.” **** THE INDEPENDENT

“Liam Williams's exceptional new show, delivered with marvellous moroseness, also fizzes with wit, intelligence and eloquence” **** THE TELEGRAPH

“A clever and unique performer.” **** TIME OUT

“His is a captivating worldview which confronts his audience and the whole notion of stand-up.” **** THE LIST