Bridget Christie

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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

27, Nov, 2021 @3:00 PM

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Bridget Christie: Who Am I? review – a comic ahead of the crowd
The standup’s rich and playful show about the menopause combines ingenious silliness with campaigning ferocity

Brian Logan

17, Nov, 2021 @3:11 PM

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Comedian Bridget Christie: ‘I see my flasher’s penis all the time. But I can make horrible things amusing’
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

20, Oct, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Hamlet, Cabaret and a fistful of Romeos: the best theatre, comedy and dance of autumn 2021
Cush Jumbo tackles the troubled prince, Jessie Buckley and Eddie Redmayne head for 30s Berlin, while standup favourites and dance spectaculars burst back on the stage

Arifa Akbar, Brian Logan and Lyndsey Winship

26, Aug, 2021 @7:00 AM

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'Like being in a speakeasy during Prohibition' – standups 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

Interviews by Chris Wiegand

06, Oct, 2020 @2:44 PM

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Standup Under the Stars: comics bounce back with a live show – and a sheathed mic
Bridget Christie pokes fun at Madonna, Suzi Ruffell talks smear tests and John Robins is heckled about Butlins – all through a specially sheathed mic. Our critic’s first standup gig in months is a riot of joy and tension

Brian Logan

03, Sep, 2020 @12:59 PM

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‘The Daily Mail mistook me for Charles II': five celebrities on their famous lookalikes
Bridget Christie, Frank Skinner, Ben Miller, Rylan Clark-Neal and Jade Thirlwall channel the famous people they get mistaken for

Joe Stone

11, Jan, 2020 @8:00 AM

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The 50 best comedians of the 21st century
From apocalyptic standup Frankie Boyle to the many hilarious faces of Tina Fey, Steve Coogan, Sharon Horgan and Kristen Wiig, we present the funniest people of the era

Hannah J Davies, Paul Fleckney, Harriet Gibsone, Brian Logan and Stuart Heritage

18, Sep, 2019 @2:45 PM

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Cracked actor: stage stars review Boris Johnson's debut as PM
Impressionist Jon Culshaw, playwright James Graham, comedian Bridget Christie and critic Mark Lawson on the prime minister’s opening week in Westminster

Jon Culshaw, James Graham, Bridget Christie and Mark Lawson

06, Sep, 2019 @11:58 AM

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Top 10 comedy shows of 2018
We had volcanic eruptions from Nish Kumar, open-heart anguish from Jessie Cave and cold lasagne from James Acaster. But no one could beat the wild blazing brilliance of Flight of the Conchords

Brian Logan

18, Dec, 2018 @6:00 AM

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'After 15 minutes, my audience walked out': standups on their Edinburgh debuts
Bridget Christie got locked out, Nina Conti ran off with a monkey – and Reginald D Hunter begged his ex for help. Top comedians relive their first fringe gig

Compiled by Chris Wiegand

14, Aug, 2018 @5:00 AM

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Bridget Christie review – gleeful in trashing the label that defined her
Award-winning standup serves up ruthless self-mockery in a show that is playful and pugnacious in equal measure

Brian Logan

20, May, 2018 @11:33 AM

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