Daniel Sloss - X
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DANIEL SLOSS: X

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Don't miss the stunning new show from Scotland's internationally acclaimed and award- winning comedy star!

Fast becoming one of the world's biggest comedy names, with 2 hour-long Netflix comedy specials streaming in 190 countries worldwide, Daniel's last smash-hit tour spanned 150+ shows across the globe. He has appeared on US TV's 'Conan' a record 9 times, sold out shows at 11 consecutive Edinburgh Fringes (being one of the biggest comedy ticket sellers for the last 9 years), and played 9 solo sold out seasons in London's West End as well as 4 seasons off-Broadway in New York. Daniel has been featured on Comedy Central's 'Roast Battles' and 'Drunk History', ITV's 'Sunday Night at the Palladium', gave a 'Tedx' Talk and recorded a DVD (aged 20) and his stand-up clips have over 15 million views. Still just 28, this is his brilliant 10th solo show.

'Hilarious& Devastatingly intelligent& Sloss is a festival highlight. See him'

The Age

'Dirty, sweet and clever' New York Times

'Smouldering& At 27, Scotland's Daniel Sloss has, incredibly, now racked up his tenth Fringe outing. Tackling taboos (death, grooming) has become his forte and this latest continues the trend. "X" is a stunner of a show& Deliciously dark stand-up'

Mail on Sunday, UK

'Irreverent wit and devastating& An intelligent, razor sharp performer'

Adelaide Advertiser

'Simply world class& Sloss skilfully weaves sensitive subject matter into a hilarious tapestry& intelligently and ironically calling out the hypocrisy of human nature'

Herald Sun

'Comedy provocateur&Dark AF stand-up; snowflakes beware' TheMusic.com.au

WARNING: Contains adult themes of a sexual nature and strong language

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