Chris Gibbs has been unqualified for many jobs… he was an overweight acrobat, a private school English teacher whose only qualification was a British accent, and a Titanic Museum re-enactor fired after one day for ‘adding a few jokes’. Then he found himself in the most difficult, most important job of all… fatherhood.

A stand-up comedy show that playfully explores the fears, worries and surprises of being a new father, and the absolute terror of wanting to be a good one.

The show premiered at the 2009 Toronto Fringe Festival, where it won Patron's Pick. It then played to sell-out houses at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival (and would have won the best of fest, apparently, but Chris had to go to Just For Laughs. Just saying.) He was later invited to perform it at the 2010 Next Stage Theatre Festival, and then in the 2010 Uno Festival. In April 2010 Chris performed an excerpt for the "True Stories And Other Lies" gala at the CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival. Then the show sold out and was held over at the Edmonton Fringe Festival. Since then the show has toured extensively across Canada and continues to do so...

Next Up...

May 28-June 1
Like Father Like Son, Sorry?

Port Stanley Festival Theatre

June 16, Father's Day!
Like Father Like Son, Sorry?

Burlington Performing Arts Centre