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Garret Millerick

MC Haags Comedy Festival

Garrett Millerick is a London based writer, director and comedian.

A regular on the stand up circuit, Garrett can be seen up and down the country in a variety of guises but mostly as himself, saying what he thinks about things in pubs/ theatres/regional art centres and the occasional music festival. He can seen performing regularly at The Schadenfreude Cabaret in North London where he is the resident compere.

As a director his work includes both film and theatre. His stage work has attracted considerable critical acclaim and as a writer/director his short films have been distributed and screened internationally. He also once directed a hip hop music video, a television show about Renault Clios and a documentary about Ballroom Dancing... but doesn’t like to talk about it.

Following a gig in February 2012 he was invited to perform his debut stand up show at The Underbelly, Bristo Square for The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012. The resulting show, ‘Sensible Answers to Stupid Questions’, played to sell out audiences and critical acclaim.

He is nearly 30 years old, 6’ tall and sports a beard.


Featured in The Independent's '100 Best Jokes of The Edinburgh Fringe 2012'

'Storytelling is clearly in Millerick's genome... a solidly enjoyable way to see out the midnight hour.' Steve Bennett, CHORTLE

'A daring conclusion addressing comedy itself sees Millerick end on a high and mark himself out as one to watch.' FEST

'I can guarantee this show is going to make quite a few people's Must See List... Funny, well written and ridiculous.' THE NEW CURRENT

'Gently satirical and quietly insightful... there isn't a dull moment' THE SKINNY

'His comedic insights are undeniably honest and hilarious.' «««« THREE WEEKS

'His angry, truthful, witty rants and professionalism make him a comedian worth following.' «««« BROADWAY BABY

'A show based on questions, he puts the 'y' into 'edg', 'shout', 'anger', and thankfully - 'funn'.' ««««Alan Clifford, BBC RADIO

'Beneath the bitterness is a thoughtful musing on the meaning of stupidity.' ««««FRINGE BISCUIT

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