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Yianni Agisilaou explains how The Simpsons Taught Me Everything I Know in Canterbury on November 7

PUBLISHED: 09:48 30 October 2017

The Simpsons Taught Me Everything I Know

The Simpsons Taught Me Everything I Know

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Critically acclaimed show heads to the Marlowe Studio after a string of sell-out shows around the world

Described as a “love letter to the world’s greatest TV show” Yianni Agisilaou brings his acclaimed The Simpsons Taught Me Everything I Know to Canterbury’s Marlowe Theatre on November 7.

The show, which will be performed at the Marlowe Studio venue, sees Yianni share stories, facts, impersonations and more to form a hilarious look at a lifetime spent quoting, referencing and learning from the Simpsons; how the show has embiggened his life, and how he almost became the actual real life replacement voice for Mr Burns and Smithers.

It follows a critically acclaimed sell-out run at Edinburgh, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth Comedy Festivals.

Tickets for the Canterbury show are on sale now.

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