In The Beginning....


In 2013, Jesus L'Oreal was born as a 6 minute non-verbal comedy routine portraying Jesus as a dancing 80s icon.

The immediate success of the act made it a popular addition to variety show bills causing both standing ovations and walk-outs at the first site of Jesus in a robe.  

The routine has been performed across the UK, Europe and New York City and is still as popular today as it was when it was first launched.  

However, in 2015, it was time to give Jesus a voice....

Christ on a Bike

In early 2015 a special request was made by comedy producer, Julie-Ann Laidlaw to create an hour long show based on this particular character of Jesus. Six months of research and writing later, Jesus L'Oreal (JL'o) was created in all his valley-girl-esque charm for the show, 'Christ On A Bike' which premiered on the 18th August, 2015 and ran for 12 nights at the Edinburgh Festival.  

In tow with JLo were two disciples, Peter (Miguel Belotto) and Mary (Lucy Hutchison) as well as a fabulous girlband, the Three Wise Men (Amy Scott, Kirsty Malone and Lindsay Ashworth Fraser), making the production a rounded musical comedy crossing the genres of both cabaret and musical theatre whilst also holding onto elements of the original 'Eternal Fame' routine .

Oh My Dad

Following the success of the 2015 Edinburgh debut and two subsequent productions in Glasgow for Christmas and Easter, the 'Christ On A Bike' show was renamed with the prefix, 'Oh My Dad' and the content was reworked to make it fresh, topical and improved for the Edinburgh Festival, 2016.  The new production also features a reduced, yet still all singing/dancing cast of three: JL'o, Peter and Mary.  For full details of the new show click here:  CHRIST ON A BIKE


For Edinburgh Festival 2017, a completely new show was devised to carry on the Chronicles of Christ - Crossfit.  For full details of the new show click here  CROSSFIT


For Edinburgh Festival 2018, the third instalment was created  NAILED IT