SUPER HANS @ The Ironworks - Inverness

By Reporter, The HighLand Times, Friday December 8 2017

One for all Peep Show fans announced for Saturday 9th February 2018.

“People like Coldplay and voted for the Nazis, you can’t trust people” – Super Hans

Croydon’s most famous drug addled cracked up maniac Super Hans is playing LIVE at Ironworks and everyone is invited…

Expect this renowned madman to cook up a powerful sense of dread and pound some of the biggest beats imaginable into your tiny little skulls.

One of the nation’s most beloved comedy characters Super Hans is renowned for his love of drugs (he once took 4 grams of coke to relax himself for a speech) and his musical prowess (his sound was stolen by The Chemical Brothers).

Matt King spent fifteen years as a stand-up comedian in Australia before returning to the UK to be cast as the legendary Super Hans.

Since then he has starred in and co-wrote Starlings (Sky1) and Whites (BBC2) as well as starring in a whole host of films including Bronson, Rocknrolla, Made In Dagenham, London Boulevard and even kid’s classic Paddington.

He has also appeared in The IT Crowd, Skins and Doctor Who and most recently played the co-lead in AMC pilot White City.

“Already The Stuff of Legend” NME

 

Tickets on sale now from all the usual outlets

 

 

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