Gary Meikle: Surreal
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After his meteoric rise through the ranks, Scottish Comedy Awardwinner and viral sensation Gary Meikle is back with his second tour show,Surreal! A word that perfectly describes Gary's last twelve months. He startedthe year performing in comedy clubs, and ended it selling out big theatres inthe UK as well as tours in America, Canada and Europe!

Not one for mincing his words, Gary has beendescribed as "playfully dark". His cheeky chappie nature and ability to getaway with talking about anything will have you laughing at things you probablyshouldn't be! As always, Gary will draw material from his own real-lifeexperiences, including his unique family dynamic and his rapid rise to onlinefame. Quickly putting his audiences at ease, a night of stand up with Garyfeels like a night in the pub chatting with friends!

Having performed to tens of thousands ofpeople over the past year, Gary has found a new confidence and level ofopenness on stage, meaning he doesn't hold back on giving his opinions, nomatter how warped! The new show will cover topics such as evolution, socialmedia, how to deal with burglars, single mums, bee sex, small man syndrome andmuch more. Gary is a fast paced, punchy storyteller that finds the funny inanything!

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