It has been over a year since his father died, and Sean is dealing with his death in a way that only Sean can. Here is a comedy performance from Sean like you’ve never seen before, resulting in the feelgood show of the year.
This hilarious yet poignant tale is a beautiful insight into the lighter side of dying and getting older, going to places that comedy rarely goes, highlighting how ridiculous life is and how quickly it can be taken away.
‘Hugely impressive and intelligent’ Time Out
‘One of the best stand-ups of his generation’ Telegraph
'His profusion of jokes plays as an attempt to seize the day, while tenderness, when it comes, hits home. Very funny, very human' The Times
'Hughes never forgets to keep the laughter flowing...' **** The Daily Telegraph
'master of satire and invention' **** Evening Standard
'innovative and hugely accomplished show' **** Fest
'Hughes swiftly and seamlessly alternates between pathos and gags' The List
'Each time the emotional honesty threatens to overwhelm, he undercuts it with a change of tone so precise that the lump in your throat swiftly retreats in favour of a relieved laugh... It's a sweet, moving and often very funny show...' The Observer
'there is pathos here...peppering his monologue with rascally asides and perceptively savage wit...' Jay Richardson for Spoonfed
'a strong piece of stand-up storytelling with laughs...' Chortle
'In Life Becomes Noises, Sean has accomplished something that other comedians will never – he has successfully turned death into laughs' **** edfestmag.com
Suitable for ages 16+