RISING comedy star Danny Bhoy is to take his new tour to Warwick Arts Centre.
Following performances on The Late Show with David Letterman and Live at the Apollo, and smash hit tours of Australia, New Zealand and North America, one of Scotland’s biggest comedy exports sets out on a 40-plus date nationwide tour from September.
And his show Dear Epson will stop off at the arts centre on Sunday, October 7.
In a slight departure from his traditional stand up, this show revolves around a handful of feedback letters Danny penned out of frustration.
It is a show about all those little annoyances: too frivolous to be a cause, too inconsequential to be a campaign, but just about right for a stand-up with too much time on his hands all inspired by his letter-writing campaign which forced the return of roast beef flavoured Monster Munch to supermarket shelves.
Gaining praise across the world, Danny’s appearances at the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival won him rave reviews and a nomination for the Gemini Award for Best Individual Comedy Performance.
In the US he had the honour of recording an highly coveted one-hour Comedy Central Special.
This side of the pond, Danny has worked his way up from a modest 60-seater at the Edinburgh Fringe back in 2001 to recently performing at the prestigious Festival Theatre in Edinburgh to sell-out crowds. That show was also recorded for a much-anticipated UK DVD, due for release in late November.
Full details of his tour are on dannybhoy.com with tickets for his Coventry gig on sale priced at £15 online at Warwick Arts Centre on www.warwickartscentre.co.uk or by calling 7652 4524.
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