Blindingly funny jokes aren’t enough these days – comedians must have a personal struggle now. Jamie wants some of that action! Irritatingly he can’t see anything tragic about his life. He’s 41, married, with no kids - bliss. Attitudes towards disability have progressed since his school made him the first blind hurdler in Glasgow and lets face it, the world. Is he simply blind happy or is he a blind psychopath? Either way Jamie MacDonald needs to find an emotional struggle if he's to be any type of soul bearing modern clown!
**** "Gloriously funny" Telegraph
**** "Very funny" Guardian
**** "Nimbly unserious" Times
with support from Paul Silky White ***** 3 weeks, **** Herald
This show is at full capacity with unreserved seating and standing room with no distancing, the bar is open customers order and collect at the bar. We advise arriving for door to get seats
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As per Government Guidance and Updated Venue Policy, we suggest customers take a lateral flow test (LFT) on the day of your visit. Proof of certificate checks are not currently required before entry. This if for your own peace of mind and the safety of others.
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