After a debut sell out show, Chris (as seen on Dave's One Night Stand) and tour support for Jack Whitehall, Terry Alderton and Pete Firman), returns with a brand new show for 2012 in which he explains how to wind up squirrels, shows techniques to confuse a pervert and how not liking cheese will lead to violent abuse. 'Destined for greatness' (Sunday Times). 'Hilarious ... takes this years' Fringe by the scruff of the neck' (Metro). 'A well-deserved sell out ... there's no denying his obvious talent' (Edinburgh Evening News).
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Full press release
Chris Martin came to last year's Fringe a newcomer in the midst, and his success is not a common story for many young beginners... garnering fantastic reviews throughout the festival, he sold out every single seat of his month's run, adding several extra dates to keep up with ticket demands. If that's not enough, he's since appeared on Dave's One Night Stand (Dave) and has supported the likes of Jack Whitehall, Terry Alderton and Pete Firman on tour.
This year, one of the most exciting up and coming comedians in the country returns with a brand new show in which he explains how to wind up squirrels, shows techniques to confuse a pervert and how not liking cheese will lead to violent abuse.
Since his career began not so long ago, Chris has several other television appearances under his belt including Best Ever 3D Moments (Channel 4), Great TV Christmas Moments (Channel 5) World Cup's Most Shocking Moments BBC3) and Most Annoying People (BBC3). He has earned various award nominations and he also hosts a regular monthly podcast with fellow comedian Carl Donnelly, which was voted in The Guardian's "Top 10 Comedy Podcasts" (www.carlandchris.podbean.com)
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