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Craig Ferguson keeps the funny rolling in whether it is through stand-up comedy or his role on "The Late Late Show." Audiences love the Scottish-American funny man's style of comedy, flocking to and of Craig Ferguson's live shows. Purchase your Craig Ferguson tickets now!
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[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

Craig on his own terms, unbounded by CBS
By Greyblue_eyes from Tampa, FL on 4/22/2010
Pros:
Audience Loved It, Very Funny
Best For:
Everyone

Saw Craig in Clearwater March 2010, very funny, irreverent, threw in a musical/lip synching number with 2 guys you see occasionally on The Late Late Show. Gets to wear his own clothes (not Bob Barker hand-me-down suits) and swear as much as he wants. Would definitely go to see him again. His opening act, Randy Kagan, was great too.

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[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

Completely irreverent and hilarious...
By Suzy Q from Sarasota FL on 9/22/2008
Pros:
Audience Loved It, I was completely engaged, Topical with an edge
Best For:
Mature audiences

Craig kept us laughing thoughout his entire performance. His portrayals were vivid and hilarious. No one was safe from his barbs, all the while making his audience all laugh-til-we-cried. Would see him again in a heartbeat. Luv you Craig. His warm up was funny also and had a similar comedic approach, which was perfect for getting us ready for the show.

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Craig is warmer on TV
By Peggy, the dog lover from Stanhope, NJ on 7/1/2008
Pros:
He was funny
Cons:
He seemed distracted
Best For:
Too expensive for 1 12 h

I was disapointed in Craig, I didn't like the way he dressed, his humor was fine but he wasn't warm, I felt he was just going thru the motions, maybe he had jetlag. I really love Craig but I would never go to see him again live.

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Different in person
By nik from queens, new york on 6/29/2008
Best For:
For adults

It was different than how he is on his show. Stories were funny that he told, but he was often using dirty language. A little too much.

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Craig Ferguson Tickets

Most people know him either for his role on "The Drew Carey Show" or for his job hosting The Late Late Show, but Craig Ferguson has always been first and foremost a stand-up comedian. The Scottish-American actor has been a hit among late night audiences for years, and Craig Ferguson tickets are some of the most popular around.

Ferguson began his career as somewhat of a jack of all trades. Musical theater, comedy writing and playing in a band were all part of his early endeavors, but it wasn't until he made the trip to the United States that his career took off. After some short-lived TV shows, he was cast in "The Drew Carey Show," which he appeared on from 1996 to 2003.

Soon after the end of "The Drew Carey Show," he took over "The Late Late Show," which follows the conclusion of "The Late Show with David Letterman." Though a talk show format, his quirky brand of comedy is clearly on display, mostly highlighted by his unique interviewing style where he doesn't prepare any topics to discuss ahead of time.

From Jay Leno to Letterman to Jon Stewart, some of today's best talk show hosts have thrived in stand-up comedy, and Ferguson is no different.