NEW SHOW: The Ballad of Kylie Jenner’s Old Faces

I am writing a new show! I’m calling this one ‘my Mona Lisa.’

Me and my #seriousblackjumper, will be trying to save the world from eating itself, up and down the country and i’d love for you to come! If you’d like to know a little bit about the show, there’s a little more info if you scroll to the bottom.

I’ll be debuting this show in its entirety at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe throughout August (ticket link here) and then a proper run at Soho Theatre in the Autumn hopefully but below are a list of preview dates I have up and down the UK between now and when I leave. Just know, that all dates until the 3rd August are previews so there will be a notepad next to me!

Sunday 24th February: Babington House Nice N Spiky SOLD OUT

Wednesday 17th April: The Other Palace, London SOLD OUT

Friday 26th April:  Funny Way To Be Comedy Barnard Castle SOLD OUT

Saturday 4th May: Machynlleth Festival (Rugby Club) North Wales SOLD OUT

Tuesday 7th May: Smoke and Mirrors Bristol (with Rich Wilson) SOLD OUT(but another Bristol date here)

Saturday 11th May: Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh SOLD OUT
Tuesday 21st May: Pleasance Theatre, Islington SOLD OUT (but another Pleasance date here)
Saturday 25th May: White Hart, Wells Comedy Festival SOLD OUT
Sunday 26th May:  All Saints Art Centre LEWES (with Adam Hess and Glenn Moore) TICKETS
Tuesday 28th May: Laugh Train Home The Honor Oak (SE23 1RH) (with Ivo Graham) TICKETS
Monday 10th June: The Bill Murray (with Rich Wilson) TICKETS
Thursday 20th June: Pleasance Theatre, Islington TICKETS
Friday 21st June: Tom Thumb Margate TICKETS
Saturday 22nd June: Tom Thumb Margate TICKETS
Wednesday 10th July: The Albany, Great Portland Street TBA
Thursday 11th July: Tobacco Factory Bristol (with John Hastings) TICKETS
Friday 12th July: Berlin TICKETS
Sunday 14th July: Southend
Monday 22nd July: The Bill Murray TICKETS
Photo: Angelo Constantinou
Photo: Angelo Constantinou

BLURB

Jayde is taking a new direction this year.

In 2019 if you want to be a ‘successful independent woman person’ you better have something to say and you better be wearing a Serious Black Jumper™. ‘Britain’s funniest woman comic’ (Daily Mail) has put the sequins in a box (for now), because it’s time to get serious. If pop stars, razors and even sausage rolls can attach themselves to important movements, why can’t Jayde Adams?

‘She’s a star’ (Guardian).

“Glamour, glitter and a deconstruction of modern feminism? Now that’s divine.” (Fest Mag)

“There’s little doubt that Adams is anything but stardom bound.” (Evening Standard)

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