Frankie Boyle: I Would Happily Punch Every One of You In the Face
Show type: Tour
Following his epic record-breaking tour in 2008, Frankie Boyle, star of BBC2’s Mock the Week and one of the hottest and most controversial comedians of the moment, is back on the road in 2010 with an all new live show entitled I’d Happily Punch Every One of You in the Face.
michele castorina - 05/05/2011
He is just fantastic!
Orson_Kart - 09/12/2010
I just saw Frankie in Aberdeen last night. He was highly offensive, trod all over people's sense of high morality, and showed brutal disregard for the feelings of others. I feel refreshed - the guy's a genius!
Sam - 08/12/2010
I think he is totally shit and would love to punch him in the face!
willbhoy - 13/07/2010
I saw his latest tour in Newcastle. Have to say it was very pedestrian. found myself finishing off his gags. It looked like he wasn't enjoying the gig. He took to ridiculing the audience but without the wit of other comics I have seen. It all seemed quite vitriolic.
Daniel Bentley - 01/05/2010
I have just heard some of this ugly little punk's antisemitic rant- you think this is funny?
graham clowes - 10/04/2010
This man has little regard for his audience and no interest in whether you are enjoying the show or not. I went to his last tour and he was just offensive - no wit or humour. It was poor - and would have been cheaper to have sat in the pub listening to the resident know it all. I didn't like him on stage (although I like him on TV). Attend at your peril and prepare for disappointment.
Andy B - 18/03/2010
Saw the second night of this tour in Glasgow on the 17th March. The sellout crowd cheered him to the rafters even when all he did was introduce the support act. A couple of times in the show he said after a particularly offensive gag "Fuck it this is my last tour anyway - I don't care". Truth was that he did care. He is often accused rightly of re-using material but this time it was original for the most part. The few items that were familiar had been tweaked to be slightly different. The gags themselves were caustic offensiveness personified but none the worse for that. A few hecklers were stamped all over in an almost joyous way. As with all comedians who have a high one liner rate the audience flagged a bit but a couple of seriously offensive and seriously funny one liners woke everyone up. I would recommend to anyone except vicars, grannies, maiden aunts etc etc
chelsea-anne - 17/08/2009
if musicians can sing the same song twice why can't a comedian tell a joke he told on telly? He isnt the only comedian who does it. His last tour was fab
James H - 31/07/2009
In regards to Beth, this IS his last tour. In regards to Alex, there is a gap between Mock the Week 2009 ending and his tour beginning, so hopefully new stuff! I can't wait. Was outside the Manchester Apollo on my way to work this morning and got front row seats! Wooooo
beth - 31/07/2009
Since he's retiring soon, it'd be nice if he wrote fresh material for this one. (As in, material not already televised)
Alex Maple - 29/07/2009
I suppose this will be all the material we see each week on Mock The Week, just like his last tour.