CHRIS LYNAM

“KING OF CLOWNS”

– The New York Times

Chris Lynam

"King of Clowns"

– The New York Times

Press

“Throughout this performance Lynam is very expressive and engaging, oozing with energy and charisma.”

– Edinburgh 49

“The funniest man on the planet.”

– Eddie Izzard

“Repeatedly impressive, with creative ideas brilliantly executed, including some stand-out set pieces that hilariously flip expectations on their head.”

Chortle

“Chris Lynam is a brilliantly bizarre antidote to today’s truculent society.

– The New York Times

“Surreal unhinged quality which makes for comic greatness.

– The Guardian

Chris’ Eric The Fred show brings to mind Monte Carlo style mime and clown shows of the 1950s and 1960s and very up-market performance art shows. It would not go amiss in Las Vegas and is astonishingly sophisticated, complex and professional. An immense talent.

John Flemming

“Achingly beautiful and seriously funny for all its grimness, this is a highly structured, well-designed technical show, and yet Lynam’s true brilliance is that he is always there in the moment, contemporary in every way.”

The Stage

“As well as being technically excellent, it’s genuinely perverse and absurd – equal parts David Lynch, Samuel Beckett and Looney Tunes.”

The Scotsman

“Timeless dark comedy, Eric is a solid display of clowning and physical theatre skill.”

The List

“The style of the projections called to mind German Expressionist cinema and the silent science fiction films of a George Melies.”

– TVBomb

“Mahout of the bizarre buffoon extraordinaire to wit.”

– The Times

“Throughout this performance Lynam is very expressive and engaging, oozing with energy and charisma.”

– Edinburgh 49

“Timeless dark comedy, Eric is a solid display of clowning and physical theatre skill.”

The List

“As well as being technically excellent, it’s genuinely perverse and absurd – equal parts David Lynch, Samuel Beckett and Looney Tunes.”

The Scotsman

“Chris Lynam is a brilliantly bizarre antidote to today’s truculent society.

– The New York Times

“Repeatedly impressive, with creative ideas brilliantly executed, including some stand-out set pieces that hilariously flip expectations on their head.”

Chortle

“Mahout of the bizarre buffoon extraordinaire to wit.”

– The Times

“Surreal unhinged quality which makes for comic greatness.

– The Guardian

Chris’ Eric The Fred show brings to mind Monte Carlo style mime and clown shows of the 1950s and 1960s and very up-market performance art shows. It would not go amiss in Las Vegas and is astonishingly sophisticated, complex and professional. An immense talent.

John Flemming

“The funniest man on the planet.”

– Eddie Izzard

“The style of the projections called to mind German Expressionist cinema and the silent science fiction films of a George Melies.”

– TVBomb

“Achingly beautiful and seriously funny for all its grimness, this is a highly structured, well-designed technical show, and yet Lynam’s true brilliance is that he is always there in the moment, contemporary in every way.”

The Stage

About Chris Lynam

Very few members of the comedy world are worthy of the title ‘genius’; Chris Lynam isn’t one of them but he comes damn close.

Chris Lynam is renowned for many things, but mainly for bringing his own brand of crazed humour to bear on unsuspecting audiences. His comedy is wild and exciting, stretching variety to its limits.

Any one show may include acrobatics, outlandish operatic and orchestral overtures, flying sousaphones and anything else which may spring to Mr Lynam’s unnecessarily large and vivid imagination.

About Chris Lynam

Very few members of the comedy world are worthy of the title ‘genius’; Chris Lynam isn’t one of them but he comes damn close.

Chris Lynam is renowned for many things, but mainly for bringing his own brand of crazed humour to bear on unsuspecting audiences. His comedy is both dangerous and exciting, stretching variety to its limits.

Any one show may include pyrotechnics, acrobatics, outlandish operatic and orchestral overtures, flying sousaphones and anything else which may spring to Mr Lynam’s unnecessarily large and vivid imagination.

Indescribably wild and wondrous physical comedy from the man with the Eraserhead haircut. Chris Lynam, the infamous iconoclastic clown, brings you his interactive, acrobatic, manically musical and gloriously epic show!

The script isn’t written ’til the end of the show, so don’t be afraid to caress the beast – it only wants to play!

Indescribably wild and wondrous physical comedy from the man with the Eraserhead haircut. Chris Lynam, the infamous iconoclastic clown, brings you his interactive, acrobatic, manically musical and gloriously epic show!

The script isn’t written ’til the end of the show, so don’t be afraid to caress the beast – it only wants to play!

ErictheFred

ErictheFred is a clown, but if you think you know clowns ~ think again. Here, the traditional art of clowning is taken to another wondrous level.

This is a curious and poignant story of an old trouper trying to come to terms with a fading career.

Enhanced by an original score, ErictheFred is a richly evocative performance. Inspiring a range of emotional responses and interpretations, film projection seamlessly blends with live action to tell a timeless story in a freshly creative way.

ErictheFred

ErictheFred is a clown, but if you think you know clowns ~ think again. Here, the traditional art of clowning is taken to another wondrous level.

This is a curious and poignant story of an old trouper trying to come to terms with a fading career.

Enhanced by an original score, ErictheFred is a richly evocative performance. Inspiring a range of emotional responses and interpretations, film projection seamlessly blends with live action to tell a timeless story in a freshly creative way.

The Popcorn Club Cabaret

The Popcorn Club Cabaret is a glamourous merging of circus and music, variety and comedy, where audience and artists join together for a night of surreal wonderment!

Clown and Ring mistress, Chris Lynam and Kate McKenzie, walk the tightrope between dreams and awakenings in an explosive offering of the sublime and the grotesque.

Along with live music, intriguing characters, modern silent comedy film, expect plentiful supplies of life affirming popcorn!

The Popcorn Club Cabaret

The Popcorn Club Cabaret is a glamourous merging of circus and music, variety and comedy, where audience and artists join together for a night of surreal wonderment!

Clown and Ring mistress, Chris Lynam and Kate McKenzie, walk the tightrope between dreams and awakenings in an explosive offering of the sublime and the grotesque.

Along with live music, intriguing characters, modern silent comedy film, expect plentiful supplies of life affirming popcorn!

The Popcorn Club Cabaret

This musical comedy show introduces you to the passionate inner world of Chris Lynam and Kate McKenzie.

These wildly contrasting characters struggle to achieve a sense of balance, an effort that constantly disintegrates into misunderstanding and mayhem.

The Popcorn Club Cabaret

This musical comedy show introduces you to the passionate inner world of Chris Lynam and Kate McKenzie.

These wildly contrasting characters struggle to achieve a sense of balance, an effort that constantly disintegrates into misunderstanding and mayhem.

The multi award winning international sensation, Slava’s Snow Show has delighted and thrilled audiences in over eighty cities around the globe including New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Rome, Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro, and Moscow.

Experience a joyous dream-like world which will touch both your heart and funny bone, culminating in a breathtaking blizzard leaving you literally knee deep in snow!

Slava’s Snow Show is not one of Chris’ own creations. He performs as a key member of the cast in performances all over the world.

The multi award winning international sensation, Slava’s Snowshow has delighted and thrilled audiences in over eighty cities around the globe including New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Rome, Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro, and Moscow.

Experience a joyous dream-like world which will touch both your heart and funny bone, culminating in a breathtaking blizzard leaving you literally knee deep in snow!

Slava’s Snow Show is not one of Chris’ own creations. He performs as a key member of the cast in performances all over the world.

Upcoming Shows for 2017

March 6th – April 3rd:
Slava’s Snow Show
Istanbul, and various locations throughout Italy

May 5th: Beast of Theatre
Swinton
Manchester

July 13th – 15th: Los Carambas
Lakeside Festival Lugano
Lugano, Switzerland

Apr 15th – 17th: Beast of Theatre
Fremantle Street Arts Festival 2017
Fremantle, Western Australia

May 6th: Beast of Theatre
The Kings Head
London

July 6th – 9th: Los Carambas
Shaubundensommer
Dresden, Germany

28th – 30th April: Beast of Theatre
KISS Festival
Kiama, Australia

June 16th – 18th:
Stamp Festival
Hamburg, Germany

Upcoming Shows for 2017

March 6th – April 3rd:
Slava’s Snow Show
Istanbul, and various locations throughout Italy

Apr 15th – 17th: Beast of Theatre
Fremantle Street Arts Festival 2017
Fremantle, Western Australia

28th – 30th April: Beast of Theatre
KISS Festival
Kiama, Australia

May 5th: Beast of Theatre
Swinton
Manchester

May 6th: Beast of Theatre
The Kings Head
London

June 16th – 18th:
Stamp Festival
Hamburg, Germany

July 6th – 9th: Los Carambas
Shaubundensommer
Dresden, Germany

July 13th – 15th: Los Carambas
Lakeside Festival Lugano
Lugano, Switzerland

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© Chris Lynam 2016 | Website Design by Nice as Pi