Writing

A Book For Her was published by Century Random House on 2nd July 2015.

It details Bridget’s ‘feminist epiphany’ – a fart in the Women’s Studies section of a bookshop in April 2012 – and her subsequent journey from the bowels of stand-up comedy to one of the most critically acclaimed British standup comedians this decade. If you’re interested in comedy & feminism, then A Book For Her is definitely for you.

If you hate both then you should probably give it a miss.
You can also download the book in Kindle or audiobook formats – all links are here.

A Book For Her Radio & Podcast Interviews.

LISTEN HERE.

And here's an archive of 37 articles Bridget has written for various newspapers.

I’m obsessed with a pair of pants I saw in a bush on my lockdown run iNews.co.uk, 1st May 2020

‘I thought I’d hate it’: Bridget Christie on loving the Last Night of the Proms The Guardian, 15th September 2019

‘I don’t do jokes about my personal life. Just my husband, my kids and my polyps’ The Guardian, 1st March 2018

Cheap razors are great but what if you’re a hairy woman who doesn’t shop in Tesco? The Guardian, 3rd January 2017

No one wants to talk about Brexit – and if we don’t, it will just go away. Right? The Guardian, 27th August 2016

David Cameron is under pressure. Could that be sympathy I’m feeling? The Guardian, 27th February 2016

I have seen the future of sex education – and it’s privatised The Guardian, 20th February 2016

Showing off your luxury goods? That’s so last year The Guardian, 13th February 2016

Why does George Osborne make me so angry? Let me count the ways… The Guardian, 6th February 2016

Where do millennial dads get the energy for affairs? The Guardian, 30th January 2016

The trouble with mobile phones The Guardian, 23rd January 2016

Parenting advice? From a man who left his daughter in a pub toilet? The Guardian, 16th January 2016

Who needs self-help gurus? Here’s my free advice for decluttering your mind The Guardian, 9th January 2016

The greatest gift of Christmas? A social media truce The Guardian, 19th December 2015

Hilary Benn and the trouble with audiences The Guardian, 12th December 2015

Now we have proof, at last, that the midlife crisis is real The Guardian, 5th December 2015

Feminism is off the syllabus – so the battle is won, right? The Guardian, 28th November 2015

Oh, to be Jeremy Clarkson! Clearly, I’ve been playing to the wrong crowd The Guardian, 21st November 2015

Want to avoid other people’s music? May the force be with you The Guardian, 16th November 2015

650m reasons to dislike Andrew Lloyd Webber The Guardian, 7th November 2015

Feminine products a luxury? Hardly. At least Jeremy Corbyn understands The Guardian, 31st October 2015

What does a rapist look like anyway? The Guardian, 24th October 2015

Jilly Cooper’s first lesbian sex scene? I can’t wait The Guardian, 6th October 2015

The Cereal Killer Cafe attackers should seek out the real villains of gentrification The Guardian, 28th September 2015

Why the suffragettes still matter: ‘they dared to act as the equals of men’ The Guardian, 19th September 2015