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Ross Purdy: Kentucky Fried God Murder - MICF Review

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Ice boy! Ross Purdy single-handedly carries the character of Ice boy in an outrageous, hysterically funny manner.

This extravagant comedy show is about a boy who, after being frozen in a kiddie pool, thaws out and attempts to regain his lost sense of identity in this new world.

He tries to finds a `suitable` dad online, and from there goes on to run a successful business and like all the rich and famous, his "horse sniffing" obsession bankrupts him. He then plays on a brilliant idea of KFC for birds and eventually moves on to being a nymphomaniac pastor and then wants to murder God. Phew!
All these high energy transitions delivered in flat 60 minutes.

Ross Purdy
Presenting to you The Ice boy!

The brazen act unfolds quite quickly and the ice boy packs some good dialogue, especially sneaking in some of Britney Spear's famed songs. He also indulges in Christian rituals, childbearing and ungodly interaction (pun intended). Some clever whimsical dialogues that could crack you up.

Ross cleverly engages with the audience - especially those in the front row! These interactions are mostly laid back except for one which involves unplanned physical contact. However, the audience was not resistant and played along. I think they enjoyed that bit the most.

The Kentucky fried God murder
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Ross will be performing yet another show at The Croft Institute. Yet another charming venue for performing arts.

Comedy shows are subject to personal humour. Please read the show description before committing.

This show is certainly for the brave !
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When: Until April 6
Where: The Tickle Pit at The Croft, 21 Croft Aly
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