In 2013, 14-year old Jack Carroll took ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ audiences by storm when he became overall runner up with his stand-up routine poking fun at his disability. He has matured into a busy 24-year-old comedian and actor.
Jack’s new show ‘Walking Funny’ will be performed in front of a live and intimate audience. Enjoy a hilarious, and hysterical evening of entertainment, experiencing the lighter side of Jack Carroll’s observations on life coping with Cerebral Palsy in the modern world. ‘Walking Funny’ is a much needed funny, warm and carefree evening spent during these exceedingly difficult Covid times.
“I am thrilled to be heading out on tour after being restricted for so long in lockdown. If I could jump, I would jump for joy, that’s how excited I am. I can’t wait to be playing some of the best venues in the country this year, and with my comedy pal Pete, lending a hand as the support. Walking Funny is full of laughs, and I’d be thrilled to see you there.” – Jack Carroll
“Carroll is Terrific”- The Guardian
“I think Jack exists across many dimensions, as a kind of Trickster King. We are lucky to host one of his kinder incarnations, and I hereby recommend this show.” – Frankie Boyle
Tickets from £12
Address: ARC - Stockton Arts Centre, Dovecot Street, Stockton-on-Tees, UK