Stand-up show starring Simon Caine performed on the following days in August 2015...
If you got your idea of adulthood from F.r.i.e.n.d.s but reality hasn't met expectations, if you fail to be in the moment and find yourself living through your phone, and if you feel connected online and profoundly disconnected from people offline, this is the show for you.
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Full press release
Simon Caine is 28-years-old. As a result, everyone is under the impression he's an adult, but he feels closer 16. He is unsure of his place in life, he's easily confused by the world around him and suffers with a daily existential crisis.
This year Simon lost two grandparents to cancer, then moved out from under his parents' roof for good (he hopes). He moved in with a super-slick, calm and collected flatmate (in other words he got a cat). Join him for an hour(ish) of hilarity (maybe) about having a girlfriend (honestly), yoga, meditation, depression, death, suicide and how real life cats aren't what YouTube makes them out to be.
If you got your idea of adulthood from F.R.I.E.N.D.S. but reality hasn't lived up to the expectation, if you live more in your head than in the moment and if you feel connected online and profoundly disconnected from people offline, then this is the show for you.
At the time of this page being published, the show is approximately 10% Buddhism 90% cats and 80% written.
Simon Caine has been performing stand-up for over 4 years. He's done over 500 gigs and taken part in 2 Edinburgh Fringe shows. This will be his second solo show.
Most recently Simon has got to the final of the Laughing Horse New Act Competition 2014. He's also come close (but failed to win) Reading New Act Competition 2012 (finalist), the Comedy Store Gong Show (2 times finalist), You Must Be Joking 2011 (finalist) and the Reading New Act Competition 2011 (runner up).
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