Bridget Christie

Bridget Christie

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Brexit. Trump. Nuclear apocalypse. Environmental catastrophe. Is rolling news affecting your ability to enjoy the simple things? Like baking, gardening and autoerotic asphyxiation? This new show from multi-award winning member of the Metropolitan Liberal Elite, and star of her own Netflix special, is for you. Join Bridget (Room 101, Have I Got News for You, Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule) for a night of hope and despair. Winner of Rose D’Or, Edinburgh Comedy Award and Southbank Sky Arts Award. Bridget’s last show was The Guardian’s No. 1 Comedy of 2016.

Duration: 1 hour 30mins with interval

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Age guideline: 16+

  • The feminist comedian mixes the serious with the silly in perfect proportions.
       
    The Times
  • Playful and pugnacious in equal measure.
       
    The Guardian

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