A true-life travel tale of fate, coincidence, drugs and debauchery from 2007's if.comedy (Perrier) award winner.
Brendon Burns was born in Perth, Western Australia in 1971. He began his TV career on The 11 O'clock Show and has since been seen on Comedy Cuts, Stand Up for the Week and The Green Rooms with Paul Provenza. In 2007 he won the Academy Award of live comedy in Edinburgh, the if.com (formerly the Perrier). Critically acclaimed, world-renowned and highly respected Burns is an outspoken writer, actor, comedian, playwright and now author. He has recorded two live DVDs, Sober not Clean and I Suppose this is Offensive Now but this is his first book. Excited? We are.
"Gutsy, poignant potty-mouthed comedy that'll heal your heart but break your funny-bone" * Metro * "Just occasionally a comedy show is so good it is like falling in love. Long live Brendon Burns" * The Scotsman * "Demented brilliance" * The Sunday Times *