I was probably about seven years old when I first went on a stage in front of people. Disco dancing in a matching skin-tight sequinned lycra onesie with my sister, which our Mum made. She was a good dancer. I wasn’t. I didn’t have any confidence. A lot has changed.
I always used to think that other people knew the secret to being happy and if I followed their steps, I too could achieve it. It wasn’t until I reached 31 that I realised that being myself, a total dick head, was my route to happiness. This is a funny show about finding the confidence to be totally myself after 31 years of trying to be other people.
Jayde Adams is “Britain’s funniest woman comic” (Daily Mail) and “a fearless force of nature” (Independent) “The 3rd funniest woman in the world. Fact.” (Dawn French)
Jayde’s show was nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2016 Edinburgh Comedy Awards. She also won the Funny Women Award in 2014.
Running Time: 1hr no interval.