A shy, anxious joke-writer for a famous comedian accidentally crashes into the stand-up spotlight and decides to stay.
Equipped with blind panic, paralysing fear, and jokes the comedian didn’t buy, he sets out to prove who’s really the funny one, and the rest, as they say, is history (except history is normally written by the winners).
Experience the vicarious thrill of telling jokes on stage to 10's, 100's even 1000's of people and then back to 10's without the sleepless nights and crippling self-doubt in this regrettably true story of fragile egos, low impulse control, and the best worst comedy gig of all time.
Mental health themed.
Solo Comedy Award, Buxton '18
Best Solo Show, Nelson '16
"★★★★★ Incredibly smart & funny" (Edmonton Journal, CA)
"Beyond engaging into downright hypnosis… I loved every minute of it" (Art Murmurs, NZ)
“Sharply-observed, never unkind, very funny... Always a riveting performer” (Buxton Fringe Review, UK)
“All the wit and timing of an accomplished road comic” (Winnipeg Free Press, CA)
“Harris is engaging and interesting and a masterful story-teller” (Stage Whispers, AU)
“★★★★ never less than riveting” (Bath Echo, UK)
"Ronnie Corbett with Tourette's" (Signifying Nothing, UK)
The Arches at St Mary's Church / 9 July, 8.30pm — 9.30pmTickets: £10.00
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The Arches at St Mary's Church / 10 July, 7.30pm — 8.30pmTickets: £10.00
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Trailer25 June, 12.00am ongoingYouTube Video