When Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner Richard Gadd (Monkey See Monkey Do) offers a free cup of tea to a stranger, what appears to be a trivial interaction has ramifications far wider than he could ever have imagined.
Fresh from a world premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe this summer, Baby Reindeer is an unmissable debut play and chilling personal narrative exploring obsession, delusion, and the aftermath of a chance encounter. Directed by Olivier Award Winner Jon Brittain (Rotterdam).
Cruelly cool and pitched perfectly, Gadd has transitioned from comedy to theatre with a disgraceful grace
Recounting his experiences with a stalker, the comedian seems to live the horror afresh in a gripping show
Richard Gadd's gripping debut tells a haunting tale
Comedian Richard Gadd moves into theatre with a stunning, intense performance
You’ll flinch until your eyes hurt
An exquisitely crafted 65 minutes: what’s so clever about the show is the way that it constantly makes you re-evaluate your perspective on the story
Too much aggression for such a small space
Award-winning comedian Richard Gadd turns to theatre to share his gripping ordeal in the claws of a frightening stalker