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Double BAFTA winner Mo Gilligan comes home to Peckham for an exclusive one-off event to celebrate the launch of his memoir, That Moment When.

You might know Mo Gilligan as the critically acclaimed stand-up comedian, Masked Singer judge and social media mega star. But do you know the moments that really made him?

Join Mo in conversation for an evening of conversation, memories and life lessons. This is your chance to see the master chat show host in the interviewee’s chair – and ask him your own questions.

Expect reminiscences about South London school days and old-school raving, peeks behind the scenes of Mo’s first comedy gigs on his journey to sell-out national tours and TV stardom, and the unsung heroes of the Black British comedy scene that made Mo who he is today. Opening up on the turning points, the good times, the challenges and the lessons learned, this is Mo Gilligan as you've never seen him before.

Don’t miss your chance to get a hardback copy of That Moment When with your ticket for £20 (book RRP £20).

  • That Moment When

  • Come on my journey. Look at where man's come from. I was working in retail in 2017.

    You might know Mo as the critically acclaimed stand-up comedian, BAFTA-winning presenter, Masked Singer judge and social media mega star. But do you know the moments that really made him? Opening up on the turning points, the good times, the challenges and the lessons learned, this is Mo as you've never seen him before.

    Journeying through childhood memories in South London, Mo reminisces about school days and old-school raving, and takes us behind the scenes of his first comedy gigs, the creation of the original Geezer, selling out national tours and becoming one of TV's most in-demand stars. Share the moment that Mo decided he wanted to be a comedian, the moment he went viral, the moment he realised he was famous (and how to deal with it), the moment his Netflix special dropped, the moment he won his BAFTA and the moments he still has to come.

    In among the laugh-out-loud observations, life lessons and candid storytelling, there lies the bigger influences in Mo's life - the unsung heroes of the Black British comedy scene, the power of community and the feel-good legacy he wants to create.

    'The Funniest Man in Britain' The Times

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