SEANN WALSH NEWS
Michael Mcintyre's Christmas Charity Show is back at the Hammersmith Apollo on December 17th! Michael's annual show in aid of Kids Company is now in it's fifth year. As always, Michael will introduce a galaxy of comedy stars and surprise guests. Acts confirmed so far include Sean Lock, Ross Noble, Josh Widdicombe, Seann Walsh and Jason Manford. A fantastically funny festive treat not to be missed!
Tickets are available from Thursday 6th November at 10:00am here, for £60/50.
Check out the new video by Seann Walsh in advance of his tour, 28.
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JACK DEE, SEAN LOCK, JOSH WIDDICOMBE, ADAM HILLS AND SEANN WALSH ALL RELEASE THEIR NEW DVDS ON MONDAY
On Monday 18th November, Universal Pictures will be releasing new stand-up DVDs from Jack Dee, Sean Lock, Josh Widdicombe, Adam Hills and Seann Walsh. There will also be two boxsets released of Michael McIntyre and Kevin Bridges containing all their DVDs plus a C4 Comedy Gala in aid of Great Ormond St Hospital DVD, filmed at the 2013 fund raiser at the London 02 Arena, which includes unseen footage. Titles are as follows: Jack Dee - So What! Sean Lock - Purple Van Man Josh Widdicombe - And Another Thing... Adam Hills - Happyism Seann Walsh - Seann To Be Wild Michael McIntyre - The Complete Laughter Box Kevin Bridges - The Full Story C4 Comedy Gala In Aid Of Great Ormond St Hospital
Seann Walsh talks about life on the road and the material from his forthcoming debut stand-up DVD, out on Monday (18th November).
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'Walsh is well on his way to becoming a star attraction' - The Independent Comedy's fastest rising star Seann Walsh is returning with an all-new show to show the world that he's The Lie-in King! Star of Channel 4's Stand Up For The Week, BBC1's Live At The Apollo and Dave’s Argumental, Seann is a charming and charismatic natural born observational storyteller, and one of the most frighteningly precocious talents to emerge from the UK comedy circuit in years. 'See him now, before the stadium tour' - Sunday Times 'Slick, funny observational comedy' **** - Chortle For tour dates and tickets, click here.
The star of BBC One’s Live at the Apollo, Channel 4’s Stand Up For The Week and Dave’s Argumental is back with an all new show.
‘Sharp, creative observational comedy from a precocious newcomer. See him now, before the stadium tour’ – The Sunday Times
Seann Walsh is to be the new team captain on the Dave panel show Argumental.
The debate show is being rebooted with Sean Lock replacing John Sergeant as chairman and Robert Webb as a team captain.
Seann will be getting his first regular TV job as the opposing captain over the eight forty minute episodes.
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Charming and charismatic, a natural motor-mouth, Brighton’s Seann Walsh is the most frighteningly precocious talent to emerge from the UK comedy circuit in ages.
Within two years of his first comedy performance in 2007, Seann became the winner of the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year. Shortly after, other accolades included Chortle Best Breakthrough Act Nominee 2010 and Chortle Best Compere Nominee 2011.
Walsh’s assured delivery and self deprecating silliness would enable him to star on BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and BBC2’s Mock The Week and has now seen him listed as one of DAVE’s top 10 stand-ups to catch in 2011.
Seann’s total sell-out debut solo Edinburgh Fringe Show, I Would Happily Punch Myself In The Face received rave reviews.
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‘… with the looks, gags and charm to become something quite special, Walsh is this generation’s Dylan Moran’ – Time Out
‘A solid gagsmith with a disarming presence’ – The Independent
‘… a gifted observational comedian… a well rounded, accomplished performer… undoubtably a star in the very near future’ – The Scotsman