Jim Campbell: Nine-Year-Old Man
Can you become a fully functioning adult without growing up? In this highly anticipated debut from the So You Think You're Funny? and Amused Moose Finalist, Jim Campbell illustrates his attempts to become a real person in a scary world where 30 is the new 20, money is broken and supposedly normal grown-ups are all confusingly weird. As seen on BBC Comedy Online. 'Rich with beautifully phrased jokes… it's hard to imagine a subject he couldn't come up with an original and literate joke about' (Chortle.co.uk). 'An exciting new talent' (Tim Arthur, TimeOut). Ages 12+.
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Jim Campbell: Nine-Year-Old Man3 Aug 2012
Wonderful timing, whimsical narrative
On the wrong side of 25 and facing the less exciting parts of contemporary life (mortgages, babies, failed dreams of being a rock star), Jim Campbell muses on the themes of growing up and assuming responsibility. It’s hardly unique subject matter and…