Craig Campbell: Easy Tiger
2017/18 WORLD TOUR
PERFORMANCE TIME: 8PM
“Loud, beautifully crafted tales of outsider adventure”
The majestic mountain moose in a tiger striped onesie brings his thrilling new show ‘Easy Tiger‘ out of the Fringe jungle and onto the world stage for his 3rd solo tour.
Queens and Toms pack some nip and prowl on down to screech and howl the night away!
Find yourself a comfy lap and settle in for an evening of hilarity as Canada’s furriest friend disgorges all your favourite spittle impregnated cultural furballs- retching his own: (why the hell do your coffee shops close at 6pm!!!?? You don’t even like coffee!?? This isn’t your call to make!!) onto your favourite comfy tea-sipping slippers- retorting self with your self-evident sublime return missive: (Because that’s the time normal people go-to-the-pub you blathering barbarian..).. expect a few less savoury tinsel-turd classics squeezed out for good measure, streaked down your recently painted eggshell-white cat-flap wall and across your favourite carpet.. You might by the end of the evening be left wondering which of you is domesticated…(psst.. it’s you.)
Expect a raucous evening of post-scratchin’ and kickin’ litter aboot the hoose while Campbell tickles chins, keeping purrs and treadles generous throughout! No rabbits, mice or children and please be kind to our neighbours by not crapping in their gardens on the way home!
Craig recently supported Frankie Boyle for the third time on his national tour and was a hit on ALAN DAVIES’ As Yet Untitled (Dave). He’s also performed on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (BBC One), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC Three), and was responsible for easing the contractions of an expectant mother who laughed so hard at his performance on Dave’s One Night Stand (Dave) – which detailed an encounter with a badger…her waters broke.
“A fantastic yarn weaver, with charming tales of his travels and hugely funny observations” Time Out
“Perfectly observed and hilarious storytelling” Chortle
‘’A whirlwind hour of reflections and ruminations, structured and punctuated by some slick audience interaction” **** The Herald