Marcel Lucont’s Whine List

Unwrapped: a festival of comedy, cabaret and drag
Curated by Victoria Falconer

The multi-award-deserving deadpan Frenchman brings his acclaimed show back to London after a 30-date tour of the UK and a 4-month tour of Australia and New Zealand.

Marcel serves up a unique Whine List from the audience’s past woes and misdemeanours. A kind of group therapy experience, but where everybody will probably leave more depressed. As seen on The John Bishop Show (BBC1), Live At The Comedy Store (Comedy Central) an Set List (Sky Atlantic).

“Fresh, accessible and hilarious” The Guardian
“Who can resist Marcel Lucont?… Pulling clever punchlines out of every interaction with his audience… Sometimes arrogance is bliss” The Scotsman, Edinburgh Fringe ★★★★
“Hilarious, comedy doesn’t get much better than this” The Advertiser, Adelaide Fringe ★★★★★
“Truly excellent, comedy at its very best” FringeReview, Prague Fringe ★★★★★
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@VinayPatel @DeiMcL @bushtheatre This is such lovely news
Deb Pugh
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16 Apr
This makes me so happy!!! More @VinayPatel is always a good thing - and having him mentoring others is certainly a… https://t.co/wCLWGnSlGW
Deirdre McLaughlin
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16 Apr
Grateful to @bushtheatre for giving me the exciting opportunity to work somewhere that isn't my flat https://t.co/COGWNNl3gB
Vinay Patel
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15 Apr
@benelombe @bushtheatre Such a great family to be a part of. Can't wait to be hanging out in the building!
Deirdre O'Halloran
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15 Apr
@bushtheatre @VinayPatel @helenmurraypix What wonderful news! Congratulations to all of you!
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15 Apr

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