Dylan Moran performing in Singapore for the first time !

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LA Comedy Live and Adrian Bohm Presents is proud to announce Irish stand-up comedian, Dylan Moran performing in Singapore for the first time for his brand new show, Off The Hook, on Saturday, 5th September 2015, at the University Cultural Centre (UCC) Hall, NUS.

“Stand-up comedy of the first order” The Times

Dylan Moran is an Irish stand-up comedian, actor and writer who is most famous for his performances in the television sitcom “Black Books”.

Expect a master class in comedy when Dylan Moran brings his brand new show Off The Hook to Singapore for the first time !

Moran, who has been referred to as The Oscar Wilde of comedy, has recently been sharpening his deceptively rambling stand up in unusual places including Kiev, Moscow and Kazakhstan, making him the first western comic to perform in St Petersburg – with all shows receiving 5 star reviews.

“One of the brightest, most original comedians in the land.”  The Times

He has spent much of last year touring the US whilst working on a television pilot for ABC and an appearance on Letterman.

This new show, Off The Hook, promises to deliver more of Moran’s unique take on love, politics, misery and the everyday absurdities of life all delivered with poetical panache.

“As sharp as a barbed wire” Edinburgh Evening News

Moran is unpredictable, startling, bizarre but above all, brilliant and hilariously funny.   It’s important not to be fooled by this gentle Irishman’s unkempt appearance, benign expression and softly spoken brogue.  Watching Moran perform is an exhilaratingly unpredictable ride.  At one moment an unexpectedly long silence has the audience in nervous suspense, then suddenly they erupt into hysterical laughter.

Tickets priced at S$88, S$98, S$118, S$138 & S$158 go on sale April 30th 2015, Thursday 9AM on SISTIC.com.sg and 10AM at all other SISTIC channels.

(SISTIC booking fee not included)

For any lover of comedy, this is a must see show of 2015 !

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