CANADIAN funnyman Bobby Mair is set to perform in Carlisle with his highly anticipated show Cockroach.

The performance takes place at the Old Fire Station on Wednesday, May 4.

A new father with his wife (and fellow comedian) Harriet Kemsley, now he’s living a relatively normal life.

Bobby talks about anything and everything including his hatred for the people who thrived during Covid, his inability to be alone with is baby because strangers think he’s a kidnapper, getting mistaken for a teenager and what a horrible life he’d have to live for him to be 17, the insane driving rules in the UK, and on a more serious but still hilarious note - the lack of treatment available for those suffering with mental illness.

Tickets are on sale now and available at

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