Mighty Boosh star in Bristol

PUBLISHED: 09:30 22 October 2015

Dan Clark

Dan Clark

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COMEDIAN Dan Clark is back on the road with his critically acclaimed stand-up show Me, My Selfie And I, which discusses themes of love, death and crushing loneliness.

With his signature style of upbeat, occasionally rude but ultimately heart-warming comedy, combined with the occasional humorous song, this show promises to send audiences home happy.

The comedian – who is best known for his roles as Don Danbury in BBC Three’s How Not To Live Your Life, and Johnny Two Hats from The Mighty Boosh – has a new sitcom, Morning Has Broken, which he co-created and directed himself, and which was recently commissioned by Channel 4.

He also has two feature films in the pipeline, as young Clark makes a meteoric rise to the top of the comedy industry.

Dan’s new show is sure to attract audiences to the the intimate confines of The Lantern at Bristol’s Colston Hall.

Tickets, priced £10.75, are available from 08448 871500 or via www.colstonhall.org. Doors open at 8pm.


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