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Daniel Sloss announces new 2020 tour

Thursday 27th February 2020, 8:36pm

  • Daniel Sloss is to tour his new stand-up show Daniel Sloss: HUBRIS between September and December 2020
  • The show "doesn't have a theme or a twist or require any trigger warnings"
  • Tickets are on sale Friday at 10am from sites including Ticketmaster
Daniel Sloss.

Daniel Sloss has announced a new tour for September to December 2020.

Promoters say: "Hot on the heels of his ground-breaking global smash hit, Daniel Sloss: X, Scotland's international comedy superstar returns to the UK with his all new and 11th solo show Daniel Sloss: HUBRIS.

"Lauded by the ancient Greeks, hubris is the devastating, dangerous and of course exciting characteristic which often led to the hero's downfall. So exactly how do you follow a global smash-hit juggernaut tour of 300 performances? With a phenomenal new show that doesn't have a theme or a twist or require any trigger warnings. Daniel Sloss: HUBRIS is the next chapter in this odyssey."

The tour will begin with a run at Edinburgh during August's festival period. Sloss will play Queens Hall from 6th to 23rd August.

Promoters add: "HUBRIS is Daniel's new show and it's an absolute humdinger - BOOK EARLY!"

Tickets are on sale from Friday at 10am, from sites including Ticketmaster.

2020 tour dates

30 September: The Halls, Norwich
1 October: Corn Exchange, Cambridge
2 October: O2 Academy, Birmingham
3 October: Barbican, York
4 October: Music Hall, Aberdeen Comedy Festival
7 October: Eden Court, Inverness
8 October: Whitehall Theatre, Dundee
9 October: Waterfront, Southport Comedy Festival
10 October: Concert Hall, Perth
11 October: Tyne Theatre, Newcastle
14 October: G-Live, Guildford
15 October: Palace Theatre, Southend
16 October: Hexagon, Reading
17 October: Lighthouse, Poole
20 October: Gaeity, Ayr
21 October: Town Hall, Middlesbrough
22 October: Academy, Manchester
23 October: Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
24 October: Victoria Theatre, Halifax
28 October: Mountford Hall, Liverpool
29 October: Haymarket, Leicester
30 October: Palladium, London
26 November: Town Hall, Cheltenham
27 November: Town Hall, Leeds
28 November: Octagon, Sheffield
2 December: Opera House, Jersey
5 December: Charter Hall, Colchester
10 December: Dome, Brighton
11 December: O2 Academy, Bournemouth


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