Richard Gadd: Breaking Gadd

Brown Eyed Boy presents, by arrangement with United Agents

Richard Gadd: Breaking Gadd

  • Wed 3 - Sat 6, Wed 10 - Sat 13, Wed 17 - Sat 20 Dec, 10pm
  • £10

‘Exhilarating, upsetting, and appallingly funny.’
★★★★★ Scotland On Sunday

‘The king of indie anti-humour.’ ★★★★ Skinny

A mysterious accident renders Gadd without memory of the first twenty-one years of his life. His doctor prescribes him a course of hypnotherapy in the hope of unlocking his past, but as his memory is pieced back together, he is left to face the harsh reality that his life is probably not worth remembering in the first place.

As the treatment takes a turn for the worse, Gadd careers towards another nervous breakdown. Only this time he is taking everyone down with him…

The troubled comedian returns to Soho Theatre for the second time this year after the sell-out, critically acclaimed Cheese & Crack Whores.

The sequel Breaking Gadd transfers from the Edinburgh Festival after receiving rave reviews, packed audiences, and a Skinny Fringe Genius Award Nomination for Innovation and Originality.

Produced and directed by Gary Reich for Brown Eyed Boy.

Running Time: 60mins
Age Recommendation: 16+

‘The king of indie anti-humour.’
★★★★ Skinny

‘A weird and wicked ride.’
★★★★ Chortle

‘Dementedly brilliant.’
★★★★ Scotsman

‘Truly alive… brilliantly original.’
★★★★★ Broadway Baby