Danny Bhoy Tickets
Danny Bhoy Tickets
Danny Bhoy is a Scottish comedian who frequently tours in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United Kingdom. His stand up is notable for its distinctive narrative style, observational content and insightful wit, which he often turns on audiences and host countries alike. His energetic performances, effortless approach and digressive tone make his comedy both approachable and highly entertaining.
Bhoy's comedy is largely driven by narrative, often including anecdotes from his travels in Australia, Canada, the United States and New Zealand. In "Live At The Athenaeum," he tackles everything from the overuse of different phrases and words like "oh my god" and "literally," the cavalier outlook of Australians regarding wildlife, homesickness on the road and his encounters with customs officers. He also addresses universal themes like interactions between men and women, negotiating awkward life situations and overcompensating while drinking. His 2012 show, "Dear Epson," took the structure of angry letters written to various well-known companies, including airlines, cosmetic companies and the printer company Epson, for which the show is named.
Danny Bhoy's primary audiences are in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and, on occasion, the United States. He tours in Australia at the Sydney Opera House and State Theatre before travelling to Canada at the Maison Symphonique in Montreal. He'll then play dates at various venues in the United Kingdom, including Theatre Royal in Northampton, City Varieties in Leeds, the Corn Exchange in Exeter, Middleton Arena in Manchester, Trinity Theatre in Tunbridge Wells and many others. He is also a frequent comedy festival performer.
Danny Bhoy, born Danni Chaudhry, is half-Indian, half-Scottish and much of his comedy focuses on his native Scotland and his experiences in Australia, Canada and New Zealand, where he often performs for record-breaking crowds. His comedy is characterised by heavy audience interaction, an element of improvisation and often digressive storytelling. He frequently uses accents and impressions in his comedy, although he is the first to admit that his Australian is a work-in-progress. He does not use much in the way of props or set pieces, but in his show "Dear Espon," the focal point on stage was a desk with a lit candle, several letters and a candle snuffer.
Danny Bhoy has starred in the Comedy Central special, "Subject to Change," and released three recordings of his performances; "Live at The Opera House," "Live at the Athenaeum" and "Live At The Festival Theatre." His first show was the well-received "Dear Epson," followed by his newest show, "Please Untick this Box." He has been a regular at comedy festivals worldwide, including the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Montreal's Just for Laughs comedy festival and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. He has also appeared on "The Late Show with David Letterman," "Live at the Apollo" and various Australian television shows.
Danny Bhoy writes all of his original material, based on his experiences in Scotland and abroad.
Danny Bhoy produces his shows, including his Comedy Central special, "Subject to Change," which was also produced by Stefani Schmacker, who has also produced for the Laugh Factory and Thomas Miles.
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