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  • CHRISTOPHER MACARTHUR-BOYD JOINS THE OFF THE KERB PRODUCTIONS STABLE

    CHRISTOPHER MACARTHUR-BOYD JOINS THE OFF THE KERB PRODUCTIONS STABLE

    Off The Kerb Productions are thrilled to announce the signing of Christopher Macarthur-Boyd. Born and bred in Glasgow, at twenty-four Christopher has already established himself as one of the most exciting Scottish comics to emerge in recent years with critics tipping him as one to watch:

    'On the cusp of something big, and you don't want to miss it' - The Daily Record

    'A comedian on the ascent' - The Skinny

    Christopher has performed stand-up internationally at the Perth and Adelaide Festivals, as well as Toronto. He's recently made appearances on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 4 Extra. A three time Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist, Christopher has made a name for himself by writing, directing and performing short-form content for BBC Scotland’s Short Stuff.

    Follow Christopher on Twitter on @macarthurboyd.

BIOGRAPHY

Twitter

Born and bred in Glasgow, Christopher Macarthur-Boyd is considered the future of Scottish comedy. Having performed stand-up internationally everywhere from downtown Toronto to the Perth and Adelaide Fringe Festivals in Australia, Christopher has made appearances on BBC Radio One (24 Hours) and BBC Radio 4 Extra (4 Extra Stands Up At The Fringe) as well as making a name for himself as a writer, actor and director of short-form online content for BBC Scotland (Short Stuff and Room To Write). Christopher is a three-time Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist, a So You Think You’re Funny? finalist, and a two-time nominee for Best New Act at the Scottish Comedy Awards.

Press

‘On the cusp of something big, and you don’t want to miss it’ – Daily Record

‘A comedian on the ascent. The personal and political housed seamlessly’ – The Skinny

‘A charming young comic. Macarthur-Boyd’s material is well-honed and well-delivered’ – Scotsman

‘A comedy nerd’s informed tweaking of stand-up convention’ – Chortle

‘Following in the footsteps of Kevin Bridges’ – STV

‘Swiftly becoming an eminent figure in Scottish comedy’ – Wow 24/7

‘Might look like the pretty boy comedian stereotype, but don’t be fooled. Much darker and more interesting than that’ – Huffington Post