More festival dates announced

I am happy to be able to announce that I'll be doing solo shows in Leicester, Glasgow, Rotherham and Derby.

I will be performing a brand new show called Superhuman? at the Leicester Comedy Festival on Sunday 19 February 2017 at 5pm. The blurb about the show is as follows....

In a world where Paralympic athletes are labelled as 'superhumans', Lost Voice Guy ponders if just being allowed to park closer to Tesco earns him that title. After all, what exactly is so super about walking like a zombie, sounding like a posh version of Robocop and literally not being able to use Siri. BBC Radio New Comedy Award winner, Lost Voice Guy presents his work in progress show.

This will be the very first time I have performed this show and I'm really looking forward to coming back to the Leicester Comedy Festival, which is always so fun to do! As this is a brand new work in progress show, you can book tickets for free and then just pay what you want after the gig. Full details and booking info can be found on the Leicester Comedy Festival website.


I will also be performing my 2016 Edinburgh Fringe show, Disability For Dunces: Volume Two, at the Leicester Comedy Festival on Sunday 28 February 2017 at 3pm

Can you really not talk? Have you considered an exorcism? Are you just in it for the parking? Have you ever tried talking, just to see what happens? How do you have sex? Seriously, can you not talk at all?

These are just a few of the questions that BBC New Comedy Award winner Lost Voice Guy gets asked on a regular basis. Now, he's decided to answer them all for you.

If I'm honest, this is probably my favourite show that I've done so far, and I'm can't wait to do it again. Tickets are only £6 and full details are on the Leicester Comedy Festival website.

I'm performing this show at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival on Sunday 12 March 2017 at 5pm as well. And you can get more details and buy tickets on the Glasgow International Comedy website. 

Then I'll be doing the show at the Rotherham Comedy Festival on Wednesday 29 March at 8.30pm. Full details are on the Rotherham Comedy Festival website.

And I'm doing it in Derby on Saturday 6 May too. I'll have ticket links for this date soon.

Finally, I hope I can announce some more festival dates soon. It'll be good to to see some of you there!

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