Who Am I?

The 50 year old critically acclaimed stand up leaks blood, sweats, and thinks that Chris Rock is the same person as The Rock.

The Fosters award winning comedian cannot ride the motorbike she bought to combat her mid-life crisis because of early osteoarthritis in her hips and RSI in her wrist; and wonders why there are so many films, made by men, about young women discovering their sexuality, but none about middle aged women forgetting theirs.

It’s a menopause laugh a minute with a confused, furious, sweaty woman who is annoyed by everything.

Press For Who Am I?

‘The menopause is a huge experience that’s been eliminated from storytelling’ iNews, 5th September 2023

The 50 funniest comedians of the 21st century The Telegraph, 29th July 2023

Bridget Christie at Latitude 2023 ★★★★ Chortle, 24th July 2023

Comedian Bridget Christie on her TV breakthrough and her return to the Edinburgh Fringe The Scotsman, 24th July 2023

Latitude 2023 Reviews – Day Two Beyond The Joke, 23rd July 2023

Why older women are at their peak The Times Scotland, 22nd July 2023

Bridget Christie, The Haymarket, Basingstoke review – making the menopause funny ★★★★ The Arts Desk, 7th March 2023

Who were the real stars of 2021? The Guardian, 30th December 2021

Top Comedy Gigs 2021 Beyond The Joke, 30th December 2021

The best theatre, comedy and dance of 2021 The Guardian, 18th December 2021

Bridget Christie at Leicester Square Theatre review: Her comic potency remains undiminished ★★★★ Evening Standard, 15th December 2021

Who Am I?, review: a sly, sparkling celebration of the menopause ★★★★ The Telegraph, 15th December 2021

The Times Top 5 shows of the year The Times, 14th December 2021

A comic ahead of the crowd ★★★★ The Guardian, 17th November 2021

How to make the menopause funny ★★★★ The Times, 17th November 2021

Bridget Christie: Who Am I? ★★★★ Chortle, 17th November 2021