ED BYRNE – CROWD PLEASER
Following on from the success of his last tour Different Class brilliant Irish comedy star, Ed Byrne, is back on the road with his new show Crowd Pleaser. Being a nerd, owning a cat, meeting your heroes or becoming a dad, whatever Ed casts his curmudgeonly comic eye over the end is result is a show that’s sure to please even the most discerning of crowds.
Ably supported by fellow Irish funny man Karl Spain this promises to be an hilarious night you won’t want to miss.
Ed has been very busy since he last was on tour. His many TV appearances over the last couple of years have included hosting BBC 1’s Live At The Apollo and being a regular panellist on BBC 2’s Mock the Week and Have I Got News for You as well as various other new comedy shows including Miranda Harts Christmas Unwrapped and has recently been see “roasting” Davina McCall for Channel 4. A particular highlight for Ed was taking part in Celebrity Mastermind. Ed is also a regular contributor to comedy and music shows on both BBC Radio 2 and 4. Last year he toured Canada and New Zealand with his sell out show Different Class.
Ed is also took part if this year’s Let’s Dance for Comic Relief.
What the papers said about Different Class
“a masterful display of the comics art…This is a seamless and perfectly timed show that could stand proudly next to any Izzard, Bailey, Carr or Skinner stadium-filler.” . ?????Sunday Times
“Byrne is at the top of his game” ????The Sunday Telegraph
“Ed Byrne is a class apart” ???? Evening Standard
“Jokes come so fast that hecklers don’t have a chance to get a word in edgeways” ???? The Times
“It is rare for a comic to merit the word “masterful” but in this case it is no overstatement” ???? The Scotsman
“At the height of his powers… It’s no wonder this is selling out nightly” The Observer
“His wit won deafening cheers and feet stomping” The Guardian
Ed Byrne will be bringing the Crowd Pleaser Tour to the Princess Theatre, Torquay on 9th October 2011
for more information or to book tickets call the box office on 0844 847 2315
or log on to www.princesstheatre.org.uk