Richard Keith Herring born 12 July  is an English stand-up comedian , writer and ventriloquist  whose early work includes the comedy double act Lee and Herring. He is described by The British Theatre Guide as "one of the leading hidden masters of modern British comedy". Towards the end of the double act, Herring also worked as a writer, producing four plays. After Lee and Herring went their separate ways he co-wrote the sitcom Time Gentlemen Please , but quickly returned to performance with concept-driven one-person shows like Talking Cock , Hitler Moustache and Christ on a Bike as well as regular circuit stand-up. Herring has created thirteen of these stand-up shows since , performing them for eleven consecutive years at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe , with annual tours and a final performance recorded for DVD. His —17 show was a 'best of' tour, drawing from these shows. He has maintained a daily blog called Warming Up without a break since 25 November This later formed the basis of his stand-up show, The Headmaster's Son.
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Richard Herring often jumps through hoops for his Edinburgh shows. He'll always ask his audience to jump through hoops, too, and last year, with Hitler Moustache, we did so willingly because we knew we were being rewarded for it. This year, he asks whether he has achieved as much as Jesus and who is this Christ bloke anyway? Not the Son of God, according to the atheist comic, who leads all but six of his full house in a chorus of "God is rubbish". Herring's initial scene-setting is as warm and as winning as he is, depicting a family argument about Jesus. When his mother asks: "If you're so sure Jesus does not exist, why do you spend so much time reading and talking about him?
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