Alexis Dubus Swearing

Alexis Dubus: A Ruddy Brief History of Swearing


Alexis Dubus treats his viewers to a comedy show come lecture in this breezy, casually delivered special. A mixture of fascinating trivia and charming autobiographical details, A R*ddy Brief History of Swearing gallops along, with Alexis appearing to get as much of a kick from the informative as he does the humorous. Want to know the top 25 swear words according to the BBC and the Welsh word for jellyfish? This is the show for you. Alexis started his career as a sketch writer and performer and since joining the UK comedy circuit has made TV and radio appearances all over the world. ‘A sort of live profanisaurus’ – Chortle ‘One to watch’ The Guardian

Marcel Lucont Numero Dix

Marcel Lucont: Numero Dix

The Fringe’s favourite Frenchman returns, and this time in the company of a trio of backing musicians. Alexis Dubus returns with his wonderfully louche Gallic character of Marcel Lucont, displaying some of his wittiest comedy yet. As seen on BBC1’s The John Bishop Show, Sky Atlantic’s Set List and Comedy Central At The Comedy Store. ‘Like the fine red wine he casually sips, Marcel Lucont is ageing beautifully, every facet of his personality second nature to his creator Alexis Dubus’ Chortle “Fresh, accessible and hilarious” The Guardian “Excellently dry” The Times “Unbelievably French” The Scotsman