Pete's style of comedy use to be laid back. Now, he's turned a corner. A dark corner. A real dark corner. Touching on many taboo subjects; the tsunami, Hitler, disability and the benefits of killing in this overpopulated world. Initially, the audience are shocked but it’s not long before the laughter comes, as he repeatedly pulls the rug from beneath the feet of their preconceptions. It soon becomes clear that he isn’t doing it purely to shock. He’s got a point to make and wants the audience’s full attention, which he most certainly gets.
"His stories are real and brilliantly funny. Definitely not a show for those of a delicate disposition, but sharp, dark and funny" - Three Weeks