Christianity and Me

Comedy (stand-up, solo show)

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Description

Nick Dixon is considering doing something so controversial and shameful he will be ridiculed and hated by the comedy community, his family, and most of the country... He is thinking of returning to Christianity. With the country divided, relations between men and women breaking down and mental health issues on the rise, Nick wonders whether a return to the principles of Christianity is what we need. What better way to resolve all this than with a comedy show? 'Hugely engaging' (Times). 'Disappointing' (Satan).

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The Wee Review (4/5 stars) 78 days ago

Many acts choose show titles with little appeal to the masses, then wonder why hardly anyone shows up. But with Christianity and Me, comedian Nick Dixon is fully aware upfront that his chosen topic will actively put off many punters. It’s a deeply subversive move in the world of stand-up...

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