Neil Mullarkey (of the Comedy Store Players), in the guise of L. Vaughan Spencer, pays a tongue-in-cheek homage to self-help gurus, lifestyle coaches and motivational speakers. “Don’t Be Needy, Be Succeedy” is a hilarious evening’s entertainment where L. Vaughan Spencer leads his audience on a voyage of self-discovery as they take their first steps to becoming Succeeders© (check out www.thesucceeder.com
). In L. Vaughan Spencer, Neil Mullarkey has invented a comedy creation to rival the likes of The Pub Landlord and Alan Partridge. The show has played to great acclaim including a run at the Edinburgh Festival (where it won the Fringe Report Award for Best Satire). L-Vo (as he likes to be known in a J-Lo kinda way) is also much in demand at corporate conferences in the UK and abroad. Audiences love to see the whole cheesy charade sent up by the cavorting Gangsta Motivator in his pony-tail and rust-coloured suit.
Taster video at http://www.thesucceeder.com/thestory.html
Neil Mullarkey's many credits include Austin Powers movies (Goldmember andInternational Man of Mystery), I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue, Whose Line Is It Anyway, QI, Have I Got News for You. More at http://neilmullarkey.com
“One of the most respected, gifted performers on the circuit. L. Vaughan Spencer has considerable mileage; full of quasi-fascistic psychobabble, he delivers some brilliantly breathless raps. Spencer does for motivational tree-hugging what Al Murray’s Pub Landlord does for tin-pot barmen, twisting language until the laughs cascade. If Spencer is at one with his hair, Mullarkey is certainly at one with his craft. Eerily life-enhancing comedy.” LONDON EVENING STANDARD
“L. Vaughan Spencer is to life coaching what Alan Partridge is to broadcasting. Neil Mullarkey is a very funny man indeed.” METRO
This is the farewell performance of the show so don't miss it! Visit http://succeedy.com