It’s been a busy few years for Bridget Christie. Since bagging the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2013, the passionate, political stand-up has recorded two series of ‘Bridget Christie Minds the Gap’ for Radio 4, sold out months of shows at Soho Theatre and has won almost every award under the sun (including the South Bank Sky Arts prize and four Chortle trophies).
This year, Christie published her first book, ‘A Book for Her’, and her new live show of the same name plays a run at the Leicester Square Theatre this month. It’s another triumph in which she tackles the Tory government, passes comments on Rachel Dolezal, and contemplates the future careers of right-wing comedians. Ahead of her London run, we asked Christie for her ten favourite fellow comics.
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