Jason Cook draws us the essence of his Fringe show

Board Meeting: Jason Cook


This article is from 2010.

Jason Cook draws us the essence of his Fringe show

This week we’ve persuaded another fine comedian to put pen to board and draw the essence of their show. Jason Cook is one of the few comedians chirpy enough to do a show about death without sounding like a depressed goth tied to a bus stop of pain. He’s got good reason to be chipper, as this year’s show is one of the most anticipated of the Fringe, promising the mixture of comedy, charm and pathos that have proved a hit in previous years. (Sian Bevan)

Jason Cook: The End (Part 1) is at the Stand 3, York Place. 558 7272, 6–29 Aug (not 16), 3pm , £7/£8

This article is from 2010.

Jason Cook: The End (Part 1)

  • 4 stars

Are you happy in life? Truly happy? What happens at 'The End'? This year, it's a show of two parts - part two will be performed at next year's Fringe! It's been a big year for Jase - world tours, awards across the globe. Even included in Chortle's 'Top 50 Gigs of the Decade'. Twice. So, come and see 'The End'. This year…

Jason Cook: The End (Part One)

  • 60 min

The award-winning and critically acclaimed comic Jason Cook presents his solo show The End (Part 1). The fiery ball of Geordie wit first started out as a member of renowned comedy troupe Soup. He soon became a regular feature on the Newcastle comedy scene compering at the Hyena Club. He runs his own regular night at the…


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