Jason faced his own death recently which kick started him into making his own life better. Apparently he’s high maintenance and has set about changing that. “Last Christmas I thought I was having a heart attack. It was eye opening, and so the show is about that, the story of what happened then, how I’ve sorted out my life since then” he says.
So he wants to know whether the audience is happy in their lives?? Truly happy? And if not what would they change?
It’s been a big year for Jason, with world tours and international awards. A Frog & Bucket regular, (he’s played there over six times) he’s known for his dark razor sharp wit mixed with a healthy amount of heartwarming silliness and buffoonery. Behind his cheerful Geordie exterior lurks a dark, sharp comedic mind capable of taking an unsuspecting audience to places they didn’t want to go. His true-to-life stories drag you in and won’t let go. Jason is close to the edge but always intriguing and blessed with the sort of charm that’ll have you laughing in spite of yourself. “The new show has a story and a narrative, and I want to get the audience involved as much as possible. It’s a happy show” he says.
We have a pair of tickets to give away to Blog Preston readers! The first person to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject header “Jason Cook Tickets” will win the tickets to see Jason on 14th November.