Grace Campbell
Grace Campbell
Thursday 16th May 2019 @ Aces And Eights Bar
Doors 8:15 PM - £3.79
Why I'm Never Going Into Politics
'A bold, political feminist voice for our times.’ Glamour

Grace Campbell survived a very bizarre childhood in British politics. Her Dad, Alastair Campbell, started working closely with Tony Blair weeks after Grace was born.

Now, at 24, a feisty Grace, who co-founded the law-changing activist collective, the Pink Protest, wants to tell you why her childhood, and experiences as a young activist, means she’ll never consider a career in Westminster.

Come and see Grace in her DUBLIN DEBUT as she tries out new material for her Edinburgh show, Why I'm Never Going Into Politics.

Expect talk about her vagina, wanking, stories of hanging out with Putin’s kids plus trying, and failing, to bring the Labour party back together… Grace is laugh out loud funny, wildly outspoken with a compassion for the world that might just make you hopeful for the future.

'Grace is hilarious... much funnier than her Dad.’ Ed Miliband

This event is co-hosted by The Pink Protest's Irish sisters, Motsbox.

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