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Bridget Christie: Who Am I?

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Most tickets cost £20. To book visit the official Fringe website or contact the venue:


7: The Stand's New Town Theatre
Room: Grand Hall

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The Taskmaster favourite and star of The Change is hot, but not in a good way. The Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award-winning comedian cannot ride the motorbike she bought to combat her mid-life crisis because of early osteoarthritis in her hips and RSI in her wrist; and wonders why there are so many films, made by men, about young women discovering their sexuality, but none about middle-aged women forgetting theirs. It's a menopause laugh-a-minute with a confused, furious, sweaty lady who is annoyed by everything. 'A mini-masterpiece' **** (Guardian). 'Razor-sharp, consistently hilarious' **** (Telegraph).

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Punchline's Top Edinburgh Fringe Shows 2023

Hello! This is it. It's happening again. We've got a bag of rabbits and we're about to pull out a few to show you what's what. So without further ado, let's reveal the funniest bunnies in town.

Suzy & Rosalind Romer, Punchline UK, 31st July 2023

Bridget Christie: If the Fringe is to Survive it Needs a Rethink

"It's about the menopause and some other things and people should see it because I take my trousers off at the end."

Entertainment Now, 31st July 2023

Edinburgh Fringe 2023: Top Picks - Comedy

From heartfelt stories to tech-savvy mayhem, these comedy shows are set to leave a lasting impression.

Fest Mag, 26th July 2023

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From theatre to comedy, and opera to dance and art, our critics pick the essential performances to look out for this year in Edinburgh.

Dominic Cavendish Tristram Fane Saunders, Nicholas Kenyon, Mark Monahan and Alastair Sooke, The Telegraph, 25th July 2023

Bridget Christie on her TV breakthrough and her return to the Edinburgh Fringe

Bridget Christie has united generations of fans with new TV comedy The Change, but live comedy remains her first love, writes Jay Richardson.

Jay Richardson, The Scotsman, 24th July 2023

Bridget Christie at Latitude 2023 review

Righteous sarcasm runs deep in the Christie family, and there was plenty on display in this winning set: pointed, smart and stupid, all at the same time.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 23rd July 2023

Bridget Christie interview

While giving less of a damn these days what people think of her, Bridget Christie just so happens to also be at the peak of her comedic powers. For our Edinburgh Festival Guide cover story, she tells us that against all the odds, a stand-up show about the menopause really does have something for everyone.

Kelly Apter, The List, 12th July 2023

The big name comics at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe you have to book right now

We pick out some of the star attractions guaranteed to sell out, so buy your tickets as soon as possible.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 8th June 2023


Date Time Venue
2nd Aug 13:50 The Stand's New Town Theatre (Grand Hall)
3rd Aug 13:50 The Stand's New Town Theatre (Grand Hall)
4th Aug 13:50 The Stand's New Town Theatre (Grand Hall)
5th Aug 13:50 The Stand's New Town Theatre (Grand Hall)
6th Aug 13:50 The Stand's New Town Theatre (Grand Hall)
7th Aug 13:50 The Stand's New Town Theatre (Grand Hall)
8th Aug 13:50 The Stand's New Town Theatre (Grand Hall)
9th Aug 13:50 The Stand's New Town Theatre (Grand Hall)
10th Aug 13:50 The Stand's New Town Theatre (Grand Hall)

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