Richard Stott: Right Hand Man


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Following a critically acclaimed season at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 Richard Stott is delighted to announce his debut UK Tour.

Richard was born with Poland Syndrome making him lopsided with a misshapen hand and missing pectoral muscle. Following life changing surgery he now has toes for fingers on his left hand and in this unflinchingly honest show he examines body image, mental health and being disabled in an image-obsessed world.

This fast paced romp through the taboos of being different combines anarchic storytelling and acidic punchlines learning how to roll with the hand life dealt him and draw humour from what we are told is humourless.

Originating from Hull, Richard is an actor, comedian, voiceover artist and writer. Having gained a degree in theatre from The Arden (Awarded by Manchester University) he went on to a postgraduate in acting at Drama Studio London where he has since given workshops in show creation.

As an actor and voiceover artist, Richard has worked for Swinton Insurance and Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre amongst others.

Richard was diagnosed with Poland Syndrome as a child and has been interviewed by BBC No Filter and London Live about his experiences of body dysmorphic disorder and mental health conditions. He recently appeared on the Nihal Arthanayke Show on BBC 5 Live and Union Jack Radio’s Minds Over Matter podcast.

Right Hand Man is supported by Arts Council England

Running Time: 60 minutes, no interval.


Definitely one to watch out for

Broadway Baby

Stott is adept at mining his experiences for their comedic value. Reminiscent of Jonathon Pie.. well worth your time.

Three Weeks

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