Joe Lycett: More, More, More!
Utilita Arena, Newcastle.
This event is for 15 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 15s.
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Joe Lycett: More, More, More! How Do You Lycett? How Do You Lycett?
Join Joe Lycett (the artist formerly known as Hugo Boss) doing what he does best: talking at a room of people in a queer and comedic fashion. His first tour in years promises to be packed with MORE jokes, MORE comedy anecdotes and MORE inappropriate and arguably disturbing paintings, all in the hope of answering the age-old question: How do you Lycett? How do you Lycett?