Jacob Hawley: Faliraki

Comedy (stand-up, solo show)

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Description

Stevenage soft lad Jacob Hawley presents ruminations on love, youth and mental health. Politics for idiots, feminism for lads, love stories for louts and self-care for those who don’t. ‘Intelligent and important, his self-aware set sees him explore themes of class and identity in the modern world expertly’ **** (Sunday Post). ‘A down-to-earth talent who's got it in spades, it's an impressive, strong debut show’ **** (List). BBC New Comedy Award finalist. Creator and star of BBC Radio 4’s Welcome To Britain, and BBC Sounds' Jacob Hawley: On Drugs. As seen on BBC Three.

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The Scotsman (3/5 stars) 27 days ago

As far as the Fringe is concerned, Jacob Hawley is doubtless broadly correct that discussions about mental health and feminism tend to exclude working-class voices like his. ...

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The Sunday Post (4/5 stars) 29 days ago

The room was packed to the rafters for this show – quite literally, as it was in The Mash House’s Attic room – and deservedly so – Jacob is definitely one to watch.

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ThreeWeeks (3/5 stars) 32 days ago

Jacob Hawley admits that his successful run at last year’s Fringe came at some personal cost as it sent him into a spiral of financial and emotional decline. He channels this into an engaging discussion of class, relationships and feminism. The title derives from a holiday which frames the show...

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The List (4/5 stars) 35 days ago

Sensitive and funny hour about love and tattoos...

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