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Started by up_the_hampipe, April 22, 2022, 05:48:28 PM
QuoteDaniel hasn't been on stage for over two years.And, to be entirely honest, he's not really missed it.It is, however, his actual job and everyone's gone back to work now. So, he's picked out a comfy pen, bought a new notebook and booked himself a summers worth of outdoor shows to find out whether he can still do his job and what, if anything, he has to say to large groups of people he doesn't know.Please note: What with the two year gap and the lack of practice this entire tour will be, to a greater or lesser extent, work in progress and the shows are likely to be relatively rickety affairs. But on the up side, they will sometimes feature support and/or collaboration from Gavin Osborn (when his schedule allows) and Daniel's already written the question "Do worms feel fear?" in his new notebook, so we should be okay.Also, if it gets boring – you can just use the time to look at the sky and feel small.
Quote from: DrGreggles on April 22, 2022, 07:23:39 PMThorington Theatre is great
Quote from: Famous Mortimer on April 22, 2022, 08:23:20 PMI feel bad, but the thing he did in the empty theatres last year wasn't very good. It had the odd nice bit in it, but, there's been a couple of things where the concept or structure of the show replaced the actual meat and drink of the show, and left me wishing he'd do more stand-up. I know lots of people did like them (both the lockdown show and...the one where he found a load of letters in his attic?... but they didn't really work for me at all.He's so good, though. His WIP standup show at that pub in London was one of the best nights I've ever been to.
Quote from: Famous Mortimer on April 22, 2022, 08:23:20 PMI feel bad, but the thing he did in the empty theatres last year wasn't very good.
Quote from: Memorex MP3 on April 30, 2022, 05:14:42 PMTotally forgot about his Regent Park shows, there's a few really bad seats still left though
Quote from: kitsofan34 on May 20, 2022, 11:17:35 AMHas he talked about doing Edinburgh this year? He's just sent another email out and I noticed he's got a sold out show at Regent's Park on the 21st of August.
Quote from: DrGreggles on May 20, 2022, 04:20:33 PMHe's done short Fringe runs at late notice before
Quote from: whatabulb on June 07, 2022, 04:54:20 PMI've got 2 x tickets for Tim Key @ Regents Park on 19/6, 5pm (ie immediately before the Kitson show) if anyone wants them @ face value? £20 each, decent seats, gutted to not be going tbh.Considered starting its own thread but don't know the forum rules on that kind of thing/seemed a trifle gauche.
Quote from: Wayman C. McCreery on June 15, 2022, 03:40:21 PMHe's MCing the first night of this comedy festival in Manchester. Which is outdoors. In September. And £27.50 per show. I think I'll give it a miss.https://www.laughterama.com/shows
Quote from: The Always Red Society on June 15, 2022, 10:15:17 AMDid you get rid of these?
Quote from: SteveDave on June 19, 2022, 07:35:07 PMIt's pissing it down in Regents Park tonight. The show still appears to be going ahead though. Can't wait to get a wet seat.
Quote from: mrfridge on May 03, 2022, 08:30:02 PMMissed out on Huddersfield tickets. If anyone ends up with a spare send me a PM please.
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