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Carey Marx: White Night
Carrie Quinlan: Fear of a Beige Planet
Causing A Scene
Charlie Pickering: Auto
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Chipping Stortford Goes Large: The Bid For City Status
Chris Cox: He Can't Read Minds?
Chris Durkin: Easily Distracted
Chris Elliot: Return to Sender
Clan Of Divorcées
Colin & Fergus: Rutherford Lodge
Comedy Club 4 Kids
Comprehensive Steve Day
Confessions Of A Paralysed Porn Star
Congress Of Oddities
Corinne Grant: Nice Friendly Lady Hour
Count Arthur Strong: The Musical?
Craig Hill's Kilty Pleasures
Cufflinks & Jolly Ranchers for Dummies
Craig Hill's Kilty Pleasures
Indulge yourself! A deliciously wicked evening of gloriously camp comedy - pure, unadulterated fun.
With his work on BBC Scotland and his trademark exuberant bitchiness Hill is never short of an Edinburgh crowd, each August his faithful following are guaranteed to be in attendance.
Performing in the ballroom at the Assembly Rooms for the second time (so gleeful was he at his show's venue last year it was entitled Craig Hill's Got The Ballroom) you can't help but suspect that the chandelier, velvet and deep red lighting décor is how he's got his own pad decked out.
Starting as he means to go on, the adrenalin pounds as Hill leaps on to the stage and lip synchs to Madonna's Hung Up swinging his black rubber kilt as he goes. 'Every year I get older and that dance gets pooffier,' he announces breathlessly. He then spends the next ten minutes teasing the front row, any rogue latecomers and Neil Hamilton who he discovers in the crowd too.
With a deep breath it's into the material; beginning with how it feels to be wearing a kilt in the traditional manner, his unlikely work experience of teaching sex education in schools and how gay marriage means there surely will be some magnificent gay divorces too. What follows is basically a cutting tongue catch up on Hill's year including a gig in Greece, fanciable plumbers and visiting America.
The show is loosely pieced together with no real attempt at a theme (does he really need one?) though are some tenuous links between subjects that he successfully glosses over. Another hi-energy, fun-filled hour from the cattiest cat on the circuit.
Superb! I definitely thought he was better this year to previous
He can just do no wrong in my eyes, gets better every year. Roll on next year
A fantastic show. I laughed from start to finish. My ribs were sore by the end of the hour. Even funnier than last year ( which was brilliant). Certainly a 'feel good factor'
Stand Up For Freedom
Craig Hill's Got The Ballroom (Soho Theatre)
Craig Hill: One Man And His Kilt
Live (Original) Floorshow - Live!
BBC Scotland Live Floor Show
Craig Hill: The People's Friend
Oot On The Fringe
Craig Hill\'s Wiz To Oz
Craig Hill: Makin A Big Song And Dance
Craig Hill Makes Your Whole Week
Craig Ferguson Gala
Craig Hill: 40 Love...?
Craig Hill: Why Don't You Come Down The Front?
Craig Hill: Blown By A Fan
Craig Hill: Jock's Trap
Craig Hill: Tartan About!