The hardest working cabaret stand-up comedian in London, David Mills struggles to stay modern in a world quickly reverting to more medieval tendencies. It's not easy being a leading light of a dying generation, but someone has to keep the flame burning. Politics, sex, celebrity, social media -- David Mills picks apart modern obsessions with sharp-tongued satire and incisive wit. An hour of cracking cabaret & stand-up from this rising American star.
David Mills can be seen as Augustus Corbin, the mediocre playwright and fan of the ridiculous in the Stephen Frears film Florence Foster Jenkins starring Meryl Streep.
'A superior act. Mills is an archduke of comedy with the emphasis on arch.' Chortle
'David Mills is a class act. His jokes are beautifully crafted, sparkling little missiles loaded with wit.' Scotsman
'The sharply dressed American can tear apart any topic, TV star or whole subset of humanity he sets his sights on. David Mills is heading for the big time. Most definitely one to watch.' Time Out