Chris Ramsey: Feeling Lucky

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Stand-up show starring Chris Ramsey performed on the following days in August 2012...

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How did we get here? Elaborately laid plan, or just pure fluke? Who knows... do you feel lucky? Perhaps you should. Following two consecutive sell-out Edinburgh shows and a sell-out UK tour, Foster's Comedy Award nominee Chris Ramsey returns to the Fringe with his new stand-up show. As seen on Celebrity Juice, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Russell Howard's Good News and Argumental. As heard on his own Radio 4 special, Radio 1, 2, 5Live and 6Music, Chris presents another hour of uplifting comedy. 'A brilliantly engaging natural storyteller' (Evening Standard).

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Last year's Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Chris Ramsey, returns to the Festival with his new stand-up show, Feeling Lucky, following two consecutive sell-out Edinburgh shows and a sell-out UK tour. How did we get here? Elaborately laid plan, or just pure fluke? Who knows... do you feel lucky? Perhaps you should. As seen on Celebrity Juice (ITV2), Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC Two), 8 Out Of 10 Cats (Channel 4) and Russell Howard's Good News (BBC Three), Chris is soon to star in brand new BBC Two sitcom Hebburn, alongside Vic Reeves.

As well as being nominated for Best Comedy Show at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2011, he was a finalist in the Chortle Student Comedy Awards and the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year competition in 2009. Chris's other television appearances include Morgan Spurlock's New Britannia (Sky Atlantic), The Mad Bad Ad Show (Channel 4), Show & Tell (E4), Argumental (Dave), Comedy Rocks (ITV1), Stand Up For Sport Relief (BBC Three), Soccer AM (Sky1) and Richard Bacon's Beer & Pizza Club (ITV4). As well as live and television appearances, Chris is fast becoming a familiar voice on the radio, with regular guest slots on Radio 1's Review Show and 5Live's Seven Day Sunday and has featured as a mentor on BBC Radio 4's Stand Up For Comic Relief. BBC Radio 4 has also aired a half-hour version of his Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated show Offermation.