Sam Brady: Kindness
  • UK Regional & Tours

Award-winning comedian and failed Buddhist Monk, Sam Brady, takes his comedy show, Kindness on UK tour, starting in Leicester on 22nd February. The show is inspired by a simple act of kindness, from an unexpected source at a very low point in Sam Bradys life, which renewed his faith in human nature. The result is an extremely funny and uplifting show.

For years Sam had been trying to figure out how to live a more meaningful life. He gave up everything to live in a Buddhist Community. But after four years, trying to transform his consciousness and transcend his ego, he found he hadnt really changed at all.

Then, one day, a little act of kindness made him realise a moment of compassion could change another persons life forever. Kindness will make you laugh, a lot, and you leave feeling happier and inspired.

So what was this little act of kindness? Well, youll have to come and see the show to find out.

Sam has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, he is a writer and comedian, whose uplifting one man shows take a humorous look at lifes big questions. When hes not touring, Sam is a regular at comedy festivals and on the UK stand-up circuit. His previous jobs include management consultant, gardener and trainee Buddhist monk.

Tickets at www.sambradycomedian.co.uk

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