Chris Mcglade: Forgiveness

Chris Mcglade: Forgiveness

Show type: Edinburgh Fringe 2019

Starring: Chris McGlade

Following the murder of his father, hard hitting and critically acclaimed northern comedian Chris McGlade is attempting to lay to rest the ghosts that have haunted him ever since. This show, whilst telling the story of his dad's horrific murder, is also a funny, sincere, un- PC, no holds barred and touching homage to the man who shaped his life and humour. ‘This is weaponised comedy, locked and loaded. It is awesome’ (Scotsman). ‘Intense, unique show unlike anything else you’ll see on the Fringe’ **** (Bruce Dessau, Beyond the Joke).



Upcoming Dates

Date: Sat 2 Jul 2022
Venue: Nottingham Arts Theatre
Price: £20
Show starts: 19:30 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

Date: Fri 8 Jul 2022
Venue: Birmingham MAC
Price: £20
Show starts: 19:30 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

Date: Wed 13 Jul 2022
Venue: Telford The Place
Price: £20
Show starts: 20:00 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

Date: Thu 14 Jul 2022
Venue: Tewkesbury Roses Theatre
Price: £22
Show starts: 20:00 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

Date: Sat 16 Jul 2022
Venue: Dundee Gardyne Theatre
Price: £22
Show starts: 19:30 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

Date: Wed 20 Jul 2022
Venue: Norwich Playhouse
Price: £20 (£18 concs)
Show starts: 19:30 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

Date: Fri 22 Jul 2022
Venue: Glasgow Websters Theatre
Price: £21.50 (£19.50 concs)
Show starts: 19:30 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

Date: Sat 23 Jul 2022
Venue: Belfast The MAC
Price: £20
Show starts: 19:30 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

Date: Thu 28 Jul 2022
Venue: Bath Widcombe Social Club
Price: £20 (£18 concs)
Show starts: 20:00 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

Comments

Reviews

Chris McGlade - Forgiveness

This is the show they tried to ban! Or, to be rather less shrill, Forgiveness is the show the Soho Theatre got cold feet about inviting back because it involves…
12/10/2021

Chris McGlade: Forgiveness

There is plenty of food for thought in Chris McGlade’s heartfelt and often intense show about his murdered father.
9/08/2019

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