Chris Turner

What a Time to be Alive at Edinburgh Fringe 2017. on sale now.

For UK enquiries, contact Shaun Almey at Fluid Thinking

For US enquiries, contact Brandon Stein at Brillstein Entertainment Partners

For Australia & NZ enquiriescontact Anita Kazmierczak at Flash in the Can

My third Edinburgh show, Observational Tragedy, is the story of my memory, and lack of it. This is a rare occasion where the cameras didn't spook the audience, and the recording turned out really well. It got excellent reviews across the board and is my finest work to date.

Purchase it here, on Vimeo.

My second Edinburgh show, XXV, was about being diagnosed with a terminal syndrome at the age of 15. We recorded it on a damp night at the Fringe Festival, and the audience were apathetic at best. However, it's a lovely show, with some bits that I'm really proud of, and you can get it here for half the price of a ticket to the show (which sold out its run at Perth FringeWorld and Edinburgh Fringe, and was nominated for for a 'Best Comedy Show' award).

Above is a rather melodramatic trailer, and if you'd like to purchase the whole thing for $7/£5, just click here.

My first Edinburgh show, Pretty Fly, was an hour of one-liners, puns, and stories about hip-hop, dental trauma, and liquid hand soap. You can listen to it on spotify here, or purchase it from iTunes by clicking here.