In 2015, Richard played a lead role in the E4 comedy Tripped.
In 2015 and 2016, Richard featured in the Adam Riches' production Coach
Coach at the Pleasance Dome in Edinburgh and at the Soho Theatre:
He was also seen on BBC3's Comedy Marathon at the Edinburgh Festival 2012
- Winner - Laughing Penguin New Act of the Year 2010
- Finalist - Chortle Student Comedy Awards 2011
- Finalist - Amused Moose Laugh-Off Scottish Comedian of the Year 2011
- Part of BBC Scotland's Best of Red Raw 2011 @ The Stand Comedy Club
- Featured in The Best of Spank at the Edinburgh Festival 2011
- Part of the Chortle Fast Fringe at the Edinburgh Festival 2011
Richard Gadd won the best show on the Fringe in the Edinburgh Comedy
Awards in August 2016 for his funny but troubling show Monkey See Monkey Do.
The Fife comic, who has built a cult following on the Fringe with his
deeply intense and personal performances, is performing a free show in
an underground cavern with just 40 seats every night. But he fears his
impact of his shows would be lost if he was appearing on stage before
several hundred people.
Richard performed at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his
acclaimed show Waiting for Gaddot which is also being filmed
as a TV pilot by Brown Eyed Boy productions. Richard also has a
project in development with Hat Trick productions.
After its phenomenal success in Edinburgh Waiting for Gaddot
had runs at the Soho Theatre and at The Invisible Dot.