site.btaStand Up Comedian Danniel Sloss to Perform in Sofia and Varna
Scottish comedian, writer and actor Daniel Sloss will perform his latest stand-up set CAN'T at two shows in Bulgaria, part of his European tour. The first show will be at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia on June 8, and the second one will take place at the Festival and Congress Centre in Varna on June 9, the organisers from Comedy Club Sofia said. CAN'T is Sloss's 12th solo show.
Daniel Sloss is an internationally acclaimed and award-winning Scottish comedian who has become one of the biggest global names in stand-up, his website says. He has, to date, created 13 shows, was the biggest ticket selling comedian in the world for most of 2021, has performed seven New York seasons off-Broadway, appeared on various US late night talk shows multiple times, etc. He was the youngest comedian to perform a solo season in London's West End, at the age of 19, and has since toured over 54 countries.
The organisers also recalled that his previous ground-breaking, global smash-hits include HUBRIS (the world's biggest solo comedy touring show and 5th biggest ticket selling event for most of 2021 as reported in Pollstar) and X, his acclaimed tour de force about sexual assault. X toured non-stop for 300 performances over 17 months around the globe, traversing Europe, UK, U.S., Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan.
Daniel's first book, Everyone You Hate is Going to Die, was published in 2021, and his Netflix specials DARK and Jigsaw are both streaming in 190 countries, in 26 languages with the infamous Jigsaw credited with causing over 200,000 breakups and 300 divorces world-wide (fans even bring their divorce papers for him to autograph at shows), the event summary explains.
Sloss is famous for his dark humour and unique way of approaching deeply emotional and vulnerable topics.
This is Sloss's third visit to Bulgaria, at the invitation of Comedy Club Sofia creator Ivan Kirkov.
In 2022, Comedy.bg and Comedy Club Sofia celebrated 10 years since its establishment. Thanks to the company, some of the world's biggest stand-up stars such as Louis C.K., Jimmy Carr, Eddie Izzard, John Cleese from Monty Python, Stephen K. Amos, have held shows in this country.