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Latitude 2018 Report

Thursday 19th July 2018

Latitude is the ultimate outdoor arts festival (with lots of decent music too) - this year with added dust and band-dissing. Big names wandering about onstage and off, new comic discoveries, Dr Buckles DJing, pink sheep and green ants - it was quite a weekend.

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Press Clippings

Review 2018: Best Comedy Gigs 2018

It's not easy to pick out the best gigs from the ones I've seen this year. I've probably seen around 250 comedy shows in 2018.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 31st December 2018

Comedy review: Dylan Moran, Alexandra Palace Theatre

Ally Pally's newly revamped theatre hosts a characteristically surreal and deadpan set by the dishevelled Irish comic.

Liam Coleman, Ham & High, 12th December 2018

Dylan Moran: Dr Cosmos review

As well as intelligent the show was also, of course, funny - with a varied pace, like an good adventure yarn, that captivated without exhausting and opened up and tickled with ideas without preaching them.

Victoria Nangle, The Latest, 6th December 2018

London comedy shows: Best stand-up comedy of the year

It has been yet another stellar year of laughs and, oh boy, have we needed them.

Zoe Paskett, Evening Standard, 6th December 2018

Dylan Moran review

Short and sweet Dr Cosmos leaves the audience wanting much more.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 15th November 2018

Dylan Moran, Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury - review

Dishevelled, disillusioned Irish comedian Dylan Moran is a poet of misery, a louche and laconic narrator of perpetual disappointment. He's also very, very funny.

Leon Burakowski, The Shropshire Star, 31st October 2018

Dylan Moran: Dr Cosmos review

Poetically inventive and visually evocative set from this most distinctive of comedians.

Jay Richardson, The List, 21st September 2018

Review: Dylan Moran

Dylan Moran may be sober but his comedy is still surreal.

Julia Fox, Metro, 20th September 2018