Daniel Sloss: So?

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Daniel Sloss: So?

  • Mon 5 - Sat 10 Dec, 7.15
  • From £10

‘Funny, intelligent, charming’
★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News

Don’t miss the stunning new show from Scotland’s internationally acclaimed and award- winning comedian!

Daniel has sold out 9 consecutive Edinburgh Fringes and tours extensively (80+ dates across 20+ countries) throughout UK, Europe, Australasia and USA. His television appearances include Sunday Night at the Palladium , Russell Howard’s Good News, and six appearances on USA’s Conan. He co-created online sitcom M.U.F.F, gave a ‘Tedx’ Talk, released a live DVD and is working on his television sitcom.

In 2016, hot on the heels of another incredible 80 date UK & European DARK tour, he made his New York debut with a smash-hit off-Broadway season at the Soho Playhouse followed by a sold out 2 month tour in Australia and New Zealand.

SO?… what else is new…?!

2016 Sydney Comedy Festival Best of the Fest Award [International] Winner

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Age Recomendation: 16+
Running Time: 70 mins

‘An endearingly unabashed blend of arrogance, awkwardness and self-effacing anecdotes delivered with precision timing, perfectly-placed silence and unfettered confidence… Nothing is off limits… Sloss skilfully weaves sensitive subject matter into a hilarious tapestry of politically incorrect and sexually inappropriate zingers… his humour intelligently and ironically calling out the hypocrisy of human nature.’
★★★★ Herald Sun, Australia

‘Funny, intelligent, charming’
★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News

‘Brilliantly dark’
Sunday Times

‘Sloss is a festival highlight. See him’
★★★★½
The Age, Australia

‘Dirty, sweet and clever’
New York Times

‘Genuinely funny!’
Time Out