|Born||September 29, 1977|
|Hometown||Camden Town, United Kingdom|
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- NewsPA Media: Entertainment
A plane due to take several individuals to Rwanda was grounded on Tuesday night after last-minute interventions by the European Court of Human Rights.Thanks for your feedback!
- NewsThe Independent
Maybe Will is relieved to know that Simon Hoare, MP for West Dorset, has got his back, even if Iain Duncan Smith reckons he wouldn’t be much helpThanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentLancashire Telegraph
HE famously handed Theresa May her P45 at the Tory party conference, gatecrashed Kanye West’s headline set on Glastonbury’s main stage and threw golf balls with swastikas printed on them at Donald Trump.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentDaily Echo
CRITICALLY acclaimed comic and renowned prankster Simon Brodkin brings his brand new show Troublemaker to Southampton next week as part of a 53 date UK tour.Thanks for your feedback!
- NewsNews and Star
AFTER leaving Workington and Millom audiences in fits of giggles last year, comedian Simon Brodkin returns to Cumbria next month.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentThe Guardian
Simon Brodkin: Troublemaker review – quality jokes hide man behind the prankster. Leicester Square theatre, LondonThe comic who showered Fifa’s Sepp Blatter with banknotes reveals little of the person under the character comedy maskThanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentPA Media: Entertainment
Thirty comics got together to record Can’t Wait – a ‘fun, silly celebration of everything we were missing about normal life’.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentThe Independent
Social media users joke about harsher penalty not applying to gatherings with 14 people or lessThanks for your feedback!
- NewsEvening Standard
Dominic Cummings has faced widespread criticism over his decision to drive to Durham from London during lockdown.Despite holding a press conference, the government advisor has not apologised, leaving many people across the UK angry.Thanks for your feedback!
Among the multitude of viral videos flying around social media during Britain's coronavirus lockdown, is one which ridicules Premier League footballers in a brutal, unsubtle fashion. Comedian Simon Brodkin parodies a player who, as well as insulting a young kid playing football in the garden, justifies his £200,000 a week salary on the basis that he needs a new car every week before going on to mock the low salaries of NHS nurses and demands they take a pay cut. Brodkin has used football as aThanks for your feedback!