Comedy phenomenon Rich Hall is returning to Europe on a new live comedy tour!
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Rich Hall’s critically acclaimed grouchy, deadpan style has established him as a master of absurdist irony and the king of rapid-fire wit – and is in fact the inspiration to Homer Simpson’s favourite bartender, Moe Szyslak.
“Grab this chance to see the great man at work” – The Guardian
“Captivating and brilliant” – Sunday Mirror
Rich Hall is the star of the critically acclaimed BBC 4 documentaries Rich Hall’s California Stars, Rich Hall’s You Can Go To Hell, I’m Going To Texas, Rich Hall’s Inventing the Indian and his most recent Rich Hall’s Presidential Grudge Match. He also wrote and starred in a four-part series for BBC Radio 4 in November 2016 called ‘Rich Hall’s (US Election) Breakdown’.
The award-winning Montana native renowned for his expertly crafted tirades and quick fire banter with audiences and delightful musical sequences saddles up and hitches his wagon to tour the British Isles once again. This is a comedian who’s plain spoken growling indignation and acerbic observations have an unerring talent for hitting his targets with precision every time, leaving his audience hanging on every word winning him fans all over the globe. Perrier (Edinburgh Comedy Festival) Award and Barry (Melbourne International Comedy Festival) Award winner Hall has been described as a transatlantic messenger lampooning each country he visits with his common sense, and he is no less harsh to his homeland.
“As close as it gets to a guaranteed good show” – Scotland On Sunday
“Rich Hall is a comedy phenomenon” – The Sun
Rich has also become well known for his television and radio work. Notable UK appearances include regular appearances on Very British Problems (Channel 4), ‘Stand Up For The Week’ (Channel 4), ‘QI’ (BBC1/2), ‘Live At The Apollo’ (BBC1), ‘Channel 4’s Comedy Gala Live At The O2’, ‘Have I Got News For You’ (BBC1), ‘Rich Hall’s Cattle Drive’ (BBC4), ‘Rich Hall’s Gone Fishing’ (BBC4), ‘Otis Lee Crenshaw – London Not Tennessee’ (BBC2), ‘Never Mind The Buzzcocks’ (BBC2) and his most recent BBC4 documentary ‘Rich Hall’s Californian Stars’.
‘Creeps up on you and ambushes your funny bone like no one else’ – The Scotsman
“Top drawer stuff from a comedian who just seems to get better and better” – STV[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]