Debut hour from BBC New Comedy Award Finalist looking at how a person's life is influenced by their parents. Russ Peers examines how alike his life is compared to his parents. How different is his life from his parents? How does a boy from Barrow end up working in the media and performing at the Edinburgh Fringe? Has he inherited more than his impatient and need to switch off lights from his Dad? Does only his lack of willpower around food and a need to please come from his Mum?
What can he do, if anything, to change these things? Is the science of genetics so strong that he is who he is solely because of his parents? Does he fight what hesees in himself as the behaviour, attitudes and principles of his parents? Or does give in to being Hereditary Peers?
Ticket includes access to the museum. Suitable for ages 16+
Museum Of Comedy, Bloomsbury
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