Jayde Adams at The Glee Oxford

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Sun 25Sep
2022

Jayde Adams: Men, I Can Save You (16+)Glee Club Oxford

Change is always hard and what better person to lead the men, selflessly by the hand into the new world than TV’s Jayde Adams.
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Advance price

  • £16.00 Show Entry
  • + £1.85 booking fee per ticket

Times

  • Doors open 6:45 PM
  • Last entry 7:15 PM

More info

  • Seating type Unallocated
  • Food available No
  • Minimum age 16+

Men, I Can Save You – Tour 2022

Change is always hard and what better person to lead the men, selflessly by the hand into the new world than TV’s Jayde Adams.

Multi award-winning comedian and actress, Jayde Adams’ critically-acclaimed special was released on Amazon Prime to worldwide applause, was longlisted for an Emmy and has amassed over 156 million views.

Jayde stars in Sophie Willan’s BAFTA winning TV series Alma’s Not Normal (BBC Two), the upcoming Take That movie Greatest Days and also stars in Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens (Amazon Prime) She is the co-host of the BAFTA nominated series Snackmasters and Netflix smash hit, Crazy Delicious.

 

About Jayde…

After appearances in 8 out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown, BBC2’s Gert Lush Christmas with Russell Howard, Sky1’s Sick Note with Nick Frost and Rupert Grint, and Netflix & Channel 5’s Borderline, it’s safe to say that when Dawn French says “Jayde Adams is the 3rd funniest woman in the world. Fact,” she might just be onto something.

Jayde’s 2016 debit at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival garnered multiple 5 star reviews, and she was nominated as Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards & Chortle Awards. She returned the following year with her 2nd hour ‘Jayded’, which enjoyed rave reviews, 2 more awards and a further nomination. With all of this happening to Jayde, it’s hard to believe that she started out life as a fishmonger in Asda who had no idea she was any good at anything.

“She delivers a show that unites the political with the personal in a way that many comics aim for, but few pull off with this sort of aplomb.” ★★★★

The Times

“Winning combination of common sense and raw heart… Ironically, by taking year off singing Adams has really found her voice.” ★★★★

The Telegraph

"Fearless force of nature"

Independent