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02 Aug 2020 / 9:00 PM GMT / 12 months ago

John Cleese at his Funniest – “Why There is no Hope”

Like so many of us, John Cleese started 2020 with plans.

Among them, he was set to bring his one-man show — “Why There is no Hope” to venues around the U.S. in the fall.

Then, like so many of us, within a few months the 80-year-old entertainer was abandoning all hope of being able to make those plans happen.

As it turns out, though, there actually is hope for Cleese and his show despite the pandemic — as well as for fans of the comedic genius behind the ’70s British sitcom “Fawlty Towers,” the 1988 film comedy “A Fish Called Wanda,” and much of the Monty Python troupe’s funniest work:

On Sunday, August 2nd don’t miss the “one & only” John Cleese as he examines the dysfunctional world we live in and “Why There is no Hope” – all new material.

Purchase your tickets and watch the livestream RIGHT HERE!

PG-13: Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13

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