His Scottish Tory persona discusses controversial political matters comically. The show contains well researched political statements, however their controversial nature will still provoke audience members. Covering topics such as different genders, and feminism, Leo attacks mainstream issues with an educated but potentially problematic approach.
His audience interaction was not without fault and some jokes were lost on the delivery. This did not stop the originality of the jokes from being impressive, yet devisive. Calling a show 'I Can Make You Tory' is an invitation for being controversial, and the controversy is handled well.
The profane humour is likely to appeal to a limited audience however it is not without merit. The show is deeply funny, if you're open to less than savoury topics.
I would recommend this show to anyone who is not easily offended. That being said, Leo does not maliciously offend, however the cautious audience may not agree.
For tickets and more information visit the Ed Fringe website.