Join us at the Comedy Connection in Boston on September 1st to see Craig Ferguson take the stage. The talented actor, writer and comedian discovered he had a knack for comedy and became the star of the hit BBC Television show, “The Ferguson Theory” after a few lower-paying acting gigs. He came over to America and starred in the short-lived ABC comedy, “Maybe This Time” before playing “Nigel Wick” on “The Drew Carey Show” from 1996-2003.

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The wildly popular Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson ran on CBS for ten years and remains a cult favorite on YouTube racking up millions of views every year on fan posted bootleg clips. His show was unique because it didn’t have any human sidekicks like Ed McMahon on The Tonight Show and increased the number of viewers and TV Ratings at the peak of Craig Ferguson’s time as host. He announced he would leave the show in 2014 and the final episode aired on December 19th.

Stand-up Comedy Success

Ferguson has achieved notable success on the North American comedy circuit and has performed to sold-out theaters around the US including Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall. He has five widely acclaimed stand-up comedy specials:

  • “A Wee Bit O’ Revolution” which premiere in 2009 on Comedy Central;
  • “Does This Need to Be Said” in 2011 on EPIX and Comedy Central;
  • “I’m Here to Help” in 2013 on Netflix, which earned him a Grammy nomination for Best Comedy Album;
  • “Just Being Honest” in 2015 on EPIX, which earned him a second Grammy nomination for Best Comedy Album;
  • “Tickle Fight” in 2017 on Netflix

Craig Ferguson: The Fancy Rascal Tour

Craig Ferguson: The Fancy Rascal Tour comes to Boston on 9/1/22 and you won’t want to miss it. Check out the dating ages to find tickets to Craig Ferguson: The Fancy Rascal Tour and more shows from the best Stand-up Comedians in the industry.