David Morgan - Social Tool

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Stand-up show starring David Morgan performed on the following days in August 2014...

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David Morgan (Sweat the Small Stuff BBC Three, Fake Reaction ITV2) doesn't know how to deal with problems that are forced on him thanks to compelling but dangerous social tools. With 'witty, self-deprecating, clever gags' (Chortle.co.uk), discover the best way to dump someone you've never met, cope with them dumping you, respond to time shifted rejection by omission and learn how to react when seeing live coverage of a party that you're not invited to. 'David Morgan is Funny, That's right. Capital F' (Attitude). 'Extremely likeable and wickedly funny' (Skinny). 'A joy to behold' (Metro).

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Britain's brightest new talent, David Morgan, as seen on Sweat the Small Stuff (BBC Three) and Fake Reaction (ITV2), is set to return to The Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a fresh stand-up show Social Tool from 30th July to 24th August.

David looks at problems that everyone encounters when they choose to mess with compelling yet dangerous social tools like how do you dump someone that you have never met (and will most likely never meet after you have done it)? What happens if they do it first? And how do you react when you see the party that you haven't been invited to being broadcast live?

His debut hour show Triple Threat premiered at Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival where it earned a nomination for 'Best New Show' and then was in the final shortlist for the 'Amused Moose Laughter Award' up at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2011.

An avid television enthusiast, David's love of the small screen led to him writing for HeatWorld and creating a popular rundown of The Eurovision Song Contest that was even included in the BBC's Online Coverage. David's other TV appearances include Big Brother's Bit on the Side (Channel 5) and Geordie Shore's: Mint Bits (MTV). He will also be making his BBC Radio 4 debut this year by performing on 4 Extra Stands Up.