After sold out shows in the New Zealand Comedy Festival in 2016, Kiwi comedians Ashton Brown and Richard Lindesay are back, for a once off performance of Fools Suffering Gladly at the Museum of Comedy in London.
Expect it to be like a family reunion where the two people who turn up have nothing in common.
First up is Richard, who is like a walking thesaurus with a skewed view of the world, delivering a non-stop stream of one-liners and observational jokes that will have you laughing and thinking at the same time. Oh and he's got a flute.
Ashton Brown then turns up, late as usual, like a younger brother who insists he doesn’t need a real job, who presents elaborate stories of his life experiences with such comedic woe that you’ll almost wish he had got his life together.
These two styles clash wonderfully in an hour of stand-up, sketch comedy, and improvisation, with interpretive dance and woodwind instruments thrown in for good measure.
Two men, different styles, same results. Hilarity.