The troubled comedian returns to the festival for the third year running (Cheese and Crack Whores, 2013; Breaking Gadd, 2014) having received rave reviews, sell-out crowds, critical acclaim, two West End transfers, and a Skinny Fringe Genius Award nomination for Innovation and Originality 2014. Exhilarating, upsetting, and appallingly funny ***** (Scotland on Sunday). The king of indie anti-humour **** (Skinny). Dementedly brilliant **** (Scotsman). Bristling with dark, edgy creativity **** (Chortle.co.uk). 'One of the most truly alive things at the Fringe' ***** (BroadwayBaby.com).