David nails losing parents, so you don't have to. (NB. You'll still have to).
Since David's childhood, his dad Barry provided frustration and support in equal parts. Even as his health deteriorated, he still brought comedic relief. But when he died, everything imploded, and this show is the cathartic debrief.
Featured in The Times, Daily Telegraph, Comedy Central, i Newspaper, Scotsman and Edinburgh Evening News' best Fringe jokes lists.
"As smooth as they come" (BBC.co.uk)
"Fringe veteran" (ThreeWeeks)
“Wonderfully innovative comedy” (Broadway Baby)
"Refreshingly down-to-earth...devastatingly witty" (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine)
"A very likeable stand-up, confident but not cocky, and a lot of fun to spend time with...a natural entertainer" (View From The Gods)
"Never a dull hour" (List)
“An eye for the bizarre, the sinister and the downright ridiculous” (Camden Fringe Voyeur)