Review by Cathy Culliver
Hannah Gadsby is very aware that happiness doesn't make for particularly good comedy material. So although she's pretty content with life right now, she's based her new show on some of darkest times in her life so we can all see how far she's come. And it works; from stories of teenage angst and awkwardness to abusive relationships and unemployment, Gadsby paints a fairly depressing picture of her pre-comedy life. This is a great show, and the finale is probably one of the most moving ends to a comedy show I've seen in a while. I wanted to give Gadsby a big hug at the end. Instead I'll settle with giving her 4 stars.