Wed 21 Aug 22:00 - 23:00
The New York Times Main Theatre
Perfect Sound Whatever
He’s been described as ‘a beige corduroy patchwork of eccentric inflections and odd obsessions that manages to be both supremely anorakish and strangely swaggering.’ Thanks to this singular style, James Acaster has become one of Britain’s funniest and most revered stand-up comedians, with five nominations for the Edinburgh Comedy Award to his name. Tonight he joins us to discuss his hotly-anticipated memoir, Perfect Sound Whatever - a love letter to the healing power of music, and how one man's obsessive quest saw him defeat the bullshit of one year with the beauty of another. Acaster is joined on stage by writer, performer and ‘stand-up poet’ Rob Auton.
Please note: As there is no book signing after the event, you can buy a pre-signed hardback copy of Perfect Sound Whatever (£20.00) when you buy a ticket. Books to be collected on the night.
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