Most heroes are crazy. Some are so utterly off the wall it could only ever happen once. When that once is telling a story that is not only based on fact, but that you can relate back to very real memories which have subsequently been erased of the internet you begin to wonder if you’re a little crazy yourself… or perhaps it’s the world that’s lost it.
It would be forgivable to look at the above image and make a number of unfounded, inaccurate judgements about the rating of this comedy. The roaring laughter that is provoked for the very first day of the fringe is intensified by the outrage, injustice and hypocrisy that is illustrated in a series of images that had the room gasping beyond lung capacity in ‘C U In Court’.
This isn’t just a gimmick name to make you look twice, it nearly was a reality that most people would breathe a sigh of relief over and walk away, however endlessly amused by the threats and retorts of the World Wide clothing giant FCUK, comedian Dave Griffiths could end up there yet. Armed with an array of cheeky tee-shirts this seemingly harmless bloke from some funny corner of the UK has declared all out, hysterical war on litigation mafias and everything they stand for.
After six years of battles, lighting the fireworks and watching the explosive window display responses you too will find yourselves questioning seeming allegiances that never were and learning a little history along the way. Don a shirt and fight the cause – if you can keep a straight face.