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Rob Delaney in conversation with Hadley Freeman

Wednesday 5th February 2014 6:30pm - 7:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Chargeable Event

Provocative, flirtatious, frequently filthy and downright aggravating (if your name's Mitt Romney), Rob Delaney is the funniest man on Twitter (not our words, but those of Comedy Central). When he's not entertaining millions by publicly teasing celebrities and big corporations, he's also a passionately vocal supporter of women's rights, gun control and universal healthcare, writing powerfully on his views for Vice and the Guardian (and lampooning his political adversaries to devastating effect in 140 characters). His memoir ('A book as funny, sincere, weird, wet, and wonderful as Rob Delaney himself.'- Jimmy Kimmel) has just been published and in this event he appears in the famously hirsute flesh to talk Twitter, trolling and the Tea Party with author and journalist Hadley Freeman.

 

Hadley FreemanTickets: £5 - online stickets have now sold out, but places will be available on the door
Venue: the Gallery at Foyles

 

 

 

Hadley Freeman © Sarah Lee

 

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