After sorting out politics (Hitler Moustache), religion (Christ on a Bike), love (What is Love, Anyway?) and penises (Talking Cock) Herring's tenth consecutive stand-up show tackles the undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveller returns (apart from Jesus and that canoe bloke). Is death a tragedy or an excuse to have an extended lie-in? Are we snuffed out or forced to endure eternity without bodily pleasures? Death is inevitable, so let's laugh in its face while our hearts still beat and our jaws are still attached.

Birmingham Mail review of WAGTD!

Richard Jackson gives the show 4 stars

Nottingham Post review WAGTD

Steve Oliver reviews show from 6th March 2014

Native Monster review

Jon Pritchard reviews the Wolverhampton gig

Four stars for WAGTD in the Bristol Post

Pete Taberner reviews. It seems to just stop at the end. Like he maybe died.

Central Somerset Gazette review of WAGTD

Alex Hoskins on the Cheddar gig from 27/2/14

Guardian Review of WAGTD

Four stars from Brian Logan on 15th October 2013

The Boar interview

David McIver interviews for the student publication.

Evening Standard Interview

Emily Jupp interviews in a pretty fair write-up of what we talked about, that goes a bit awry and confused around the stuff about offence. The joke about "That's why I did a joke" is a quote from Nick Doody and not me referring to the Rohypnol thing. But hey ho.

Scotsman review of WAGTD

Jay Richardson gives 4 stars

List review of WAGTD

Brian Donaldson gives 4 stars

Fest review of WAGTD

David Hepburn gives 4 stars

Scotland on Sunday review of WAGTD

Good review of WAGTD from Kate Copstick

Big Issue reviews WAGTD

Steven McKenzie gives the show 4 stars

Evening News reviews WAGTD

Keith Smith likes the show

Broadway baby reviews WAGTD

Five stars from Joe Walsh

One4 review of WAGTD

5 stars from Diane

Informed Edinburgh

Graeme Connelly gives WAGTD 5 stars

Chortle review of We're All Going To Die!

Steve Bennett gives four stars

Three Weeks reviews WAGTD

Four stars from Robert Stuart

Inter:Mission review of Bristol gig

Andy Jack gives WAGTD preview four stars

Beyond the Joke

Bruce Dessau previews WAGTD

Milton Keynes

26th April 2014

Stables Theatre

Stockwell Lane,

Milton Keynes

MK17 8LU

Box Office - 01908 280800

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29th April 2014

We're All Going To Die!

Ropetackle Arts Centre
Little High Street
West Sussex

Box Office - 01273 464440

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Mach Fest

Saturday 3rd May at 7.30pm

We're All Going To Die

Y Tabernacl


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St Albans

12th May 2014 at 8pm

We're All Going To Die!

The Horn, Victoria Street, St Albans, Herts, AL1 3TE

Book here - Ticketlink

Sutton Coldfield

20th May 

We're All Going To Die!

Comedy Juntion

The Station,

Sutton Coldfield


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Bloomsbury Theatre, London

22nd and 23rd May at 8pm

We're All Going To Die!

23rd May is the DVD record

Bloomsbury Theatre


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Box Office - 020 7388 8822

Chortle headline about my death

Chortle headline about my death

Steve Bennett joins in with the joke about him in WAGTD by mocking up this page about my demise.


We're All Going To Die! Final Edinburgh poster

We're All Going To Die! Final Edinburgh poster

The final version of the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe poster


Various versions of the 2013 Edinburgh poster

Various versions of the 2013 Edinburgh poster

Stephen Newman works his design magic with Steve Brown's amazing image

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Image for 2013 Fringe poster

Image for 2013 Fringe poster

Steve Brown does more sterling work for We're All Going To Die!

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