Following a debut season at Londons Soho Theatre, the comic is now taking his sold-out Edinburgh Festival Fringe show on the road for 2017. Life After Death tells the story of three weeks that changed Scotts life forever. One summer, he returned from his friends stag weekend in Blackpool and discovered he had had a massive brain haemorrhage. Sleeping for four days afterwards, Scott has written a dark but hysterical show all about overcoming insurmountable odds. With rave reviews and a lastminute.com Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer, Scott has cemented himself as one of the best Scottish comedians of his generation. The comic is also known as the host of The Hashtag Show and has supported some of the biggest names in comedy on their national tours, from Des Clarke and Daniel Sloss, to Kevin Bridges and Frankie Boyle. Tickets for his Cambridge show, on April 30, are yet to go on sale, but for more information, visit.scottgibsoncomedy.co.uk.