Adam Kay

Theatre, Film and TVJessica Cooper, +44 (0)20 7393 4488Email Jessica Cooper

Edinburgh 2016

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A sobering and brave way to end a comedy hour, but an important one

Bridget Christie
The Arts Desk


Kay intersperses horror stories from the NHS front line with a catalogue of sublimely silly proof songs and some blissfully brilliant wordplay

Mark Wareham
Mail Online


This piece has both brain and heart, as we learn, Kay is both clearly acquainted with both organs...a twist at the end uncovers the personal and sincere need for this show folded into a wider political context.

Sophie Shluger
The Skinny


Stand up comedy, musical excellence and poetry combine to produce an extremely well-polished piece of musical comedy...your jaws will ache from laughing

Mark O'Neill
The Reviews Hub


You'll leave feeling provoked, angry and eager for change

Kirstyn Smith
The List

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