Will Ospreay, Joe Hendry and more join the roster for the 2019 tour.
Scottish comedian Daniel Sloss has revealed that he will be releasing two full-length specials of this stand-up shows on Netflix today to coinside with his 28th birthday.
The streaming service will be showing the two shows, Dark and Jigsaw — which was previously toured as So? It will be available to all worldwide, a huge achievement for the comic.
Take a sneak peak at what to expect at one of his shows:
Sloss is no stranger to the international comedy scene. These two shows were filmed in Los Angeles and Sydney, and he has appeared on many late-night talk shows, including Conan O’Brien, where he has performed eight times. He is also a regular at many international comedy festivals including Sydney Comedy Festival and Altitude Festival.
Born in Kingston-upon-Thames, Sloss got his first big break whilst doing work experience on series two of BBC’s Mock The Week, after his mother met Frankie Boyle.
He first performed at the iconic Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2008, which lead to him rejecting his university offer from the University of Dundee and embarking on a full-time career in comedy.
The following year, he returned to Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his debut full-length solo season, Daniel Sloss – Teenage Kicks. Due to the sucess, he took this show to London’s Soho Theatre making him the youngest comedian to perform a solo set at both Edinburgh Fringe and in the West End.
Since then, his fan base has only continued to grow globally, allowing him to tour and perform at iconic venues all over the world.
His full UK tour dates are:
8 November 2018 – Stirling Albert Halls, Stirling
15 November 2018 – The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
16 November 2018 – Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
18 November 2018 – Perth Theatre, Perth
21 November 2018 – Witham Hall, Country Durham
22 November 2018 – The Stand Comedy, Newcastle
23 November 2018 – Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline
24 November 2018 – Glasgow Garage, Glasgow
25 November 2018 – The Lowry, Salford Quays
28 November 2018 – The Lighthouse, Poole
29 November 2018 – Tiverton Community Arts Theatre, Devon
30 November 2018 – Bristol Hen and Chicken
1 December 2018 – Bruton Theatre, Musselburgh
3 December 2018 – Soho Theatre, London
4 December 2018 – Soho Theatre, London
5 December 2018 – Soho Theatre, London
6 December 2018 – Soho Theatre, London
7 December 2018 – Soho Theatre, London
8 December 2018 – Soho Theatre, London
Tickets for Daniel Sloss’ show are available now via Ticketmaster.co.uk.