The Genghis Khan Guide to Etiquette
British slam poet, comedian and former psychiatric nurse (yes, all of the above) Rob Gee is coming to these shores for a performance of his one-man show The Genghis Khan Guide to Etiquette. Described by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as both “brilliant” and “hilarious,” Gee’s show has won awards at both the Winnipeg and Victoria Fringe festivals and promises to be a “highly inappropriate” performance celebrating awkwardness and exploring the way we interact with each other. Anytime a show gets a review comparing it to “verbal diarrhea,” well, we just can’t say no. – Casey Morell
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