Bridget Christie: A Bic for Her

  • Tue 11 - Wed 19 Mar, 9.30pm
  • £20 (£17.50)

‘This hour announces her as one of the finest comedians around.’ ★★★★★ Independent

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Bridget Christie: A Bic for Her

WINNER: FOSTER’S EDINBURGH COMEDY AWARD 2013

After two sell-out runs Bridget Christie’s award-winning A Bic For Her returns in March due to phenomenal demand.

Why does Bic think women need special biros to write with? Who decided Thatcher and Beyonce were feminist icons? What did Sir Stirling Moss say about women’s brains?

Since she first performed at Soho Theatre in 2008 with The Court of King Charles II, we’ve been proud to present Bridget’s last four shows. Now, after from winning the 2013 Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award, her critically acclaimed smash hit A Bic For Her comes to Soho!

‘She may have stomped on rape jokes for ever, so successful is this, her finest hour.’ ★★★★★ Sunday Times

‘A superb stand-up with a powerful voice and something to say. It’s nothing short of a revelation.’ Observer

For ages 14+
Running time: Approx 60 minutes

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Thu 9 Jan, 9.30pm, £15. For people who are Deaf, deafened or hard-of-hearing. Book tickets online by selecting ‘Live Subtitled Ticket’ when prompted.

‘This hour announces her as one of the finest comedians around.’ ★★★★★ Independent

‘She may have stomped on rape jokes for ever, so successful is this, her finest hour.’ ★★★★★ Sunday Times

INSPIRED.’
★★★★★ Independent on Sunday

‘Piles derision and tomfoolery upon everyday sexism, while never pretending that jokes alone will solve the problem.’
★★★★ Guardian

‘A beautiful balance between the personal, the public and the parodic.’ ★★★★ Times

‘Sublimely deft.’ ★★★★ Evening Standard

‘A superb stand-up with a powerful voice and something to say. It’s nothing short of a revelation.’ Observer

‘A triumphant hour that scores on every measure.’ ★★★★ Chortle

‘An hour that is not only full of elegant, surreal and self-aware jokes, it has heart and integrity to boot.’ ★★★★ Time Out