Press clippings

On my radar: Bridget Christie's cultural highlights

The comedian on Jon Ronson's take on the culture wars, an app for menopausal women, and a life-affirming book about death.

Bridget Christie, The Guardian, 27th November 2021

Review: 'Bridget Christie: Who Am I?'

Review of comic's new live show about the menopause.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 17th November 2021

Bridget Christie: Who Am I? review

The stand-up's rich and playful show about the menopause combines ingenious silliness with campaigning ferocity.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 17th November 2021

Bridget Christie interview

The comic has come blazing out of lockdown fearless and on full throttle, buying a motorbike for her 50th birthday and turning the menopause - along with an incident in a park - into comedy gold.

Rachael Healy, The Guardian, 20th October 2021

Canned Laughter review

This charity event in aid of London's food banks was a satisfying feast of comedy.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 17th August 2021

Bridget Christie: Ritual Britain made me proud to be British

Morris dancers, druids, the Burryman - they're all in Ben Edge's spellbinding collaboration with the Museum of British Folklore, showcasing customs that stretch back into the mists of time.

Bridget Christie, The Guardian, 29th June 2021

Radio review - Bridget Christie: Mortal

Bridget Christie has made a virtue of the limitations of lockdown. Rather than record her Radio 4 series as a monologue in front of a virtual audience, like many stand-ups-in-exile, she's fully embraced the possibilities of the medium.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 13th April 2021

Stand-ups on their first gigs since lockdown

Bridget Christie was a bag of nerves, Suzi Ruffell played Covid for laughs and Stephen K Amos was so rusty he needed a clipboard ... top comics on the thrill of returning.

Chris Wiegand, The Guardian, 6th October 2020

Stand-up Under the Stars review

Bridget Christie pokes fun at Madonna, Suzi Ruffell talks smear tests and John Robins is heckled about Butlins. Our critic Brian Logan's first stand-up gig in months is a riot of joy and tension.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 3rd September 2020

West End theatres to stay closed until May 31

Comedy shows affected include Ross Noble at the London Palladium; a run of Richard Gadd's one-man show Baby Reindeer at the Ambassadors, which was also planning a run of late-night comedy shows featuring the likes of Lloyd Griffith, Suzi Ruffell and Bridget Christie; and a performance of Adam Kay's NHS stories This Is Going To Hurt at the Garrick Theatre.

Chortle, 6th April 2020

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