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Stand Up, Vienna & Gartenbaukino
Veranstaltungsort: Gartenbaukino
Parkring 12, 1010 Wien, Austria

Einlass: 19:30
Beginn: 20:00
Künstler: Kai Humphries, Daniel Sloss


17. Oktober 2017

20:00 Uhr


“DANIEL SLOSS: NOW” is the stunning tenth new solo show from Scotland’s internationally acclaimed and award-winning stand-up comedian. Daniel has already performed three sold out events in Vienna - now he is coming to the Gartenbaukino!



Daniel started writing and performing stand-up aged 16. He has appeared on the major UK TV shows including Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Mock The Week, Set List and Russell Howard’s Good News, starred in his own BBC show, The Adventures Of Daniel, gave a prestigious Tedx Talk, released his debut DVD - all by the time he was 22. 


In February 2014 he became the first comedian ever to perform twice within 2 months on the USA’s Conan O’Brien Show when he was asked right back after his incredible first set which just about blew the roof off the studio… 


In August 2008 Daniel became one of the youngest-ever finalists in the UK’s premiere comedy competition (aged 17) "So You Think You’re Funny?" at his first-ever Edinburgh fringe. Since then he has brought a new solo show to the fringe every year - and sold it out. In fact, for the last 3 years Daniel has actually been one of the biggest comedy stars at the fringe, playing to over 10,000 people each season at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC), and going on to do massive UK tours with 50+ dates all over the UK.


Daniel has also toured internationally throughout USA and Australasia and USA, and in 2012 performed a prestigious solo season at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Comedy festival.



Dienstag, 17. Oktober 2017 | 20:00 Uhr


TICKETS: 26 € (Reihe 1 - 20) zzgl. Ticketinggebühren




Sloss is simply world class…Endearingly unabashed... hilarious… Intelligently and ironically calling out the hypocrisy of human nature

Herald Sun, Australia


Dirty, sweet and clever

New York Times


Deliciously dark stand-up

Mail on Sunday


Stunningly poignant… deeply dark comedic style… achingly funny

Theatre People


Brilliantly dark… ‘Razor-sharp’

Sunday Times


Genuinely funny!

Time Out, London


Brutal observational humor

Time Out, New York