Regrettably well behaved as a child, Patrick became concerned that he had not lived the rock'n'roll youth that would make a thrilling memoir. So over the last six months he's done all of the things he knows he probably shouldn't have, in order to make up for lost time. 'Inventive wit' (Guardian). 'Morris delights the audience with tales of his misadventures' (BroadwayBaby.com).
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The most jaded 22 year old you are ever likely to meet and a regrettably well behaved child, Patrick has become concerned that he had not lived the rock'n'roll youth that would make for a thrilling memoir.
It is never too late for spilt milk. So, over the last 6 months, Patrick has been doing all of the things he knows he probably shouldn't but wishes he had done sooner, in order to make up for lost time... (and, ahem, great material for his Edinburgh Fringe debut show).
Starting in the stand-up game in 2011 when he was a mere 19 years old, Patrick has already established himself as one to watch, with an arsenal of accolades and award nominations behind him. A regular on New Act awards nominee lists - Finalist: Brighton Fringe 2013 and Semi-Finalist: Laughing House 2012 - Patrick is gigging with some of the circuit's biggest promoters including Off The Kerb and Up The Creek and in 2013 he was asked by Russell Kane to support his national tour Smallness.
Patrick has made appearances on Channel 5's Big Brother's Bit on the Side and has performed stand-up for BBC Radio 4 Extra as part of the BBC New Comedy Awards and now he's ready to get down to some misbehaviour at Edinburgh Fringe.