EDINBURGH COMEDY AWARD NOMINEE GLENN MOORE ANNOUNCES DEBUT UK TOUR AHEAD OF THE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE
Inc 30th November 2019 at The Stand Newcastle
Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee 2018, writer, and stand-up Glenn Moore is set to embark on his first nationwide tour from 20th September to 23rd January with a two-hour show featuring his latest scintillating one-liners and elaborate personal stories.
Glenn will present his two latest shows; the brand new show Love Don’t Live Here Glenny Moore which will debut at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 and explores his previous life with his ‘proper’ job as anewsreader and contemplates the realisation that everything in his life is purely down to obligation. And2018’s critically applauded and Comedy Award nominated show Glenn, Glenn, Glenn, How Do You Like It, How Do You Like It which follows Glenn’s misjudged application to the Mars One initiative and the demise of a failing relationship.
Building on the success of a sell-out, critically-acclaimed month long run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and a Soho Theatre extension last year, Glenn has become a regular on Mock The Week (BBC Two) and was featured on Rob Delaney’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central) and The Stand Up Sketch Show(ITV2). He can be heard every weekday on Absolute Radio’s Breakfast Show alongside Dave Berry after previously presenting on Radio X as a newsreader and regularly featuring on BBC Radio 4.
Known for his original and offbeat material, Glenn’s writing credits include The Mash Report (BBC Two),Mock The Week (BBC Two), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC Three), Play To The Whistle (ITV) and being a staff writer on the CITV sketch comedy show Scrambled.
Last year saw Glenn entertain audiences with his third comedy hour Glenn, Glenn, Glenn, How Do You Like It, How Do You Like It which earned him a Comedy Award nomination and followed the celebratedVery Best of Belinda Carlisle and his debut show Glenngarry Glen Glenn which received much critical acclaim, was one of the year’s best reviewed debut shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and received a nomination for Best Debut Show at the Leicester Comedy Festival. Glenn is also one half of the critically- acclaimed sketch comedy duo Thunderbards, who have been described by GQ as ‘Without question one of the funniest sketch groups on the Fringe’ and have performed on BBC Radio 4’s Sketchorama and BBCScotland’s McAuley And Co.
|20-Sep-19||Colchester Arts Centre|
|21-Sep-19||Chorley, Little Theatre|
|28-Sep-19||Bristol, The Wardrobe|
|29-Sep-19||Swindon, Arts Centre|
|03-Oct-19||Aldershot, West End Arts Centre|
|06-Oct-19||Leeds, The Wardrobe|
|10-Oct-19||Cambridge, The Junction|
|12-Oct-19||Swansea, Grand Theatre Studio|
|13-Oct-19||Cardiff, Glee Club|
|20-Oct-19||Sheffield, The Leadmill|
|26-Oct-19||Edinburgh, The Stand|
|27-Oct-19||Glasgow, The Stand|
|01-Nov-19||Reading, South Street Arts Centre|
|02-Nov-19||Worcester, Swan Theatre, Huntington Hall|
|03-Nov-19||Crewe, Lyceum Theatre|
|06-Nov-19||Birmingham, Glee Club|
|07-Nov-19||Northampton, The Deco|
|08-Nov-19||Oxford, Glee Club|
|10-Nov-19||Leicester, Sue Townsend Theatre|
|29-Nov-19||Hull, Mortimer Suite|
|30-Nov-19||Newcastle, The Stand|
|01-Dec-19||Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree|
|07-Dec-19||Bath, Rondo Theatre|
|13-Dec-19||Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre|