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Gary Delaney 2: This Time It's Not Personal

Gary Delaney 2: This Time It's Not Personal. Gary Delaney.

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Stand-up starring Gary Delaney that was performed at Pleasance Courtyard at 9:45pm for 1 hour, on the following days in August 2013.

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From Mock the Week, Dave's One Night Stand and BBC Radio 5 Live's 7 Day Sunday. Gary's just turned 40 but he's not bothered. His dad is in fine health, and at the time of writing, his relationship is going well. So instead he's written some new jokes. Double Sony Award winner, Chortle Award nominee. 'Master of the one-liner' (Scotsman). 'A hugely impressive collection of exquisitely crafted gags by one of Britain's grandmasters of the one-liner' (Chortle.co.uk). Bring your daughter to the laughter.

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Gary's just turned 40 but he's not bothered. His dad is in fine health, and at the time of writing, his relationship is going well. So instead he's written some new jokes and returning to the festival seems the perfect place to perform them.

Three years ago Gary performed at the festival with his hugely successful and critically acclaimed debut show Purist, which he recently toured to sell out crowds across the UK.

He's been on Mock The Week five times, nominated for a Chortle Award and he has performed regularly on BBC Radio 5 Live's Seven Day Sunday. Not bad for a middle-aged man from Solihull.

Gary is a razor sharp one-liner comedian, a member of the tweet elite and widely regarded as being the most quotable comic around, he has also spent the last two years as a hugely in demand writer lending his pen to pretty much every credible comedy show in existence. Now Gary is writing for himself once more.

Fact - Gary used to organise events at the LSE where he met such political heavyweights as Bill Clinton, Nelson Mandela, Gordon Brown and Neil and Christine Hamilton.


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