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Seann Walsh is such a popular comedian he could even give FC Barcelona a run for their money when it comes to the acquisition of silverware. An award-winning star of television shows such as Mock The Week and Russell Howard’s Good News Extra, the somewhat dishevelled Seann has been likened to the legendary Billy Connolly in terms of his gift for storytelling (although others have labelled him the new Dylan Moran, so take your pick). His jokes aren’t bad either, with two examples being as follows: “I don't understand swimming. You don't see fish going for a walk,” and “Are city-centre beat officers police who rap?”
Seann visits the Midlands this month with his well-reviewed touring show, One For The Road, a contemplation on whether the changes happening in his life are due to his getting older or becoming middle-class.
“Whether cheering up a distressed child, helping prevent a riot, or genuinely saving another human's actual life, I’m excellent in a crisis,...
First tickling the nation’s collective funny bone in 2009, Rob Beckett’s TV work includes 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Celebrity Juice.
Discover the new stars of stand-up at Theatre Severn's popular comedy club