Jarred Christmas ‘Remarkably Average’ Edinburgh Fringe Show
Catch Jarred Christmas when he brings his brand-new show ‘Remarkably Average’ to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe!
About Jarred Christmas ‘Remarkably Average’ Edinburgh Fringe Show
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Jarred's brand-new show ‘Remarkably Average’ is a show about identity and failure; a journey of uproarious self-discovery and more importantly, finding out we aren't always who we want to be. In his true effervescent style, Jarred reveals the very disappointing results of a recent DNA test, and revels in the glory of being classed as average but not letting that hold you back. Journeying through his personal ancestry, Jarred discovers it includes a German Drag Queen, a missing cat with David Bowie eyes and the question “Can you get a University Level Education by listening to Podcasts?”
Venue 14: Gilded Balloon, Teviot
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