Count Binface to head out on tour this Autumn

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The universe’s favourite novelty politician, Count Binface, is back on our planet, and just in the nick of time as he’s set to embark on a national tour this autumn to save us all from imminent disaster with his MEGA plans. (Make Earth Great Again!) 

2024 is the biggest year ever for democracy, with elections all over the globe, and Binface has more than played his part. He recently ran in the London Mayoral Election and will soon be taking on Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in the General Election (if Rishi makes it that far). 

Hot off the back of the UK’s General Election, Binface will be invading a theatre near you with his brand new live comedy show, featuring his unique take on Britain, his special brand of sci-fi satire, and of course his unbeatable manifesto. Cheaper croissants? Check. The nationalisation of Adele? Check. The return of Ceefax? Check. Water bosses to take a dip in UK rivers to see how they like it? CHECK! 

Count Binface is the intergalactic space warrior and novelty politician who has delighted millions with his unlikely tilts at power in the United Kingdom. First, he took on Theresa May in the 2017 General Election, cunningly disguised as ‘Lord Buckethead’, and went viral around the world (in a non-Covid way), appearing on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and at The Glastonbury Festival. Then he challenged Boris Johnson in 2019, when he scored 69 votes (he’d love to say he’s the first life form to experience a surprising 69 with the Prime Minister in a sports hall during the small hours, but with Boris you just never know). In 2021 he first ran to be Mayor of London in a bid to gain control of the Earth Capital itself. He received a glorious 92,896 votes from the great British public that sent him soaring into ninth place. This year he won 24,260 votes and he got endorsed by a national newspaper and beat the fascists of Britain First.

Count Binface Tour Listings: for tickets and more information visit

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12 Sept             Cardiff              Glee Club          

13 Sept             Bath                 Komedia           

17 Sept             Hull                  Social   

18 Sept             Leeds               Wardrobe         

19 Sept             Glasgow           Òran Mór         

24 Sept             Sheffield           Leadmill           

26 Sept             Liverpool          Hot Water Comedy Club

29 Sept             Manchester      Cultplex            

2 Oct                Birmingham      Glee Club

3 Oct                Leicester           Y Theatre 

6 Oct                Cambridge        Junction           

9 Oct                Edinburgh         Monkey Barrel

11 Oct              London             Pleasance         

16 Oct              Brighton           Komedia           

19 Oct              Croydon           Fairfield Halls

27 Oct              Bristol              Wardrobe Theatre

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