Hesitation Remarks

Comedy (stand-up)

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    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    Sight not needed
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Description

Chortle Student Comedy Award semi-finalist 2019, Chrissy Ross brings his debut show of fast-paced, surreal, adult-themed and anecdotal stand-up to Edinburgh. Chrissy will, in his exuberant and amiable way, talk about modern masculinity, why he’s romantically defunct and the insane misadventures that have frequented his life. It will be 50 minutes of hysterical entertainment with insightful musings from one of Glasgow’s brightest up and coming stand-up comedians. ‘Chrissy Ross is your warmest, most amiable mate dipped in madness’ (Gag Traders).

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  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    Sight not needed
  • Accessible entry: Reception - Lift - Theatre
  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: Information not supplied

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Jaleelah Galbraith 88 days ago

Chrissy speaks from the heart and the comedy comes from his self deprecation (as well as some filthy comments) - he’s loveable and entertaining! Great comedy story telling!

Lauren Gresty 90 days ago

This is the second time me and my partner have seen Chrissy. We seen him the first time when he was supporting Gary Faulds at a show in Dunfermline. Chrissy himself admits that his support gigs are basically just filth, hilarious but filthy. This time around was different. He told a story of how he got into comedy and “became a man”. It was funny, heart warming, scary and thought provoking. He speaks openly of his time in the merchant navy and his 21st birthday. How he has battled with mental health and eating disorders but is one of the lucky ones to make it through the other side.
It is a show I would recommend to anyone. At 8 pounds a ticket, its a bargain and well worth it. Though a tiny roasting hot venue I would definitely go see him again. He much deserves a bigger venue and bigger audience.

ALex Lawson 91 days ago

Excellent show- Chrissy’s energy and storytelling make for an intimate and highly interesting show. 11/10

Paul Anderson 93 days ago

Original, thought-provoking and funny. Chrissie deserves a bigger audience than can squeeze into this tiny venue


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