Scotland’s much-loved kilty pleasure unleashes another corker of a show!
Cheeky and irreverent, Scotland’s much-loved kilty pleasure unleashes his fantastic new show (and another corker of a show title) for a fun evening of uproarious stand-up!
Renowned world-wide for his high-octane live comedy, Craig’s razor-sharp wit and unsurpassed audience rapport have seen him perform all over Europe, Australia (including the Sydney Opera House) all over Scotland as well as south of the border and even a season of shows off-Broadway in New York.
Celebrating 25 years of riotous comedy with the funnest audiences anyone could wish for, Craig’s shows are firmly established as one of the best nights out around (the last tour sold out fast) and he’s hugely popular for a very good reason – get ready for a night of belly-ache laughs at the Adam Smith Theatre.
‘Funny as hell!’ Scotland on Sunday
‘Class. Risque, rib-tickling and absolutely screaming from the rafters… Hill actually has to wait until the audience stop laughing before he can start again. It’s absolutely hilarious’ Edinburgh Evening News
‘Hilarious… delightfully fizzy tone and sharp observational jokes…Brilliant!’ Daily Record
‘Riotously funny… He is that rare thing, a naturally funny comedian’ Independent
Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy - Part of Scotland Tour
MIX UP REVIEWS:
Stewart - ★★★★★
"This super cheeky Scottish comedian does it again with this wild, rude and snappy stand-up. The great thing about Hill is it comes across like there isn't an awful lot of material and it's mostly banter playing off the audience. Last night the first half of the show was very much this, poking lots of fun at audience members he gets into conversations with. It's such a great atmosphere as it feels very much like Hill is just having a chat with everyone in the entire auditorium, you're never sure exactly who is going to be next. There's not anywhere to sit be safe as well. Although Hill really lets rip into people it's always in good spirits and no one is ever offended.
This is the third time I've seen Hill, having twice seen him at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and what is so good about seeing his tour is that it's longer and therefore more relaxed and Hill has more time to spend with individual conversations that arise. Also, it was in Kirkcaldy last night so lots of interesting characters! Big shout out to the refurbish of the Adam Smith Theatre as well - it looks great!
The second half has more set stories for Hill to divulge in, still with the theme of people he has met and locations he has been with his stand-up. Still having fun with the audience along the way.
It's 5 stars from us even if it might go in the book of things Hill doesn't give a **** about!"
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