Dylan Moran is probably best known for his role as Bernard Black, an anti-social, hard-drinking and chain-smoking disorganized bookstore owner in the TV sitcom “Black Books,” (which he also co-wrote). He also had roles in movies such as “Notting Hill,” “Shaun of the Dead” and many others. But Mr Moran is not only an actor and a writer, he’s primarily a stand-up comedian. With regular performances all over the world, he’s finally bringing his act to Poland as part of his latest “Yeah, Yeah” tour.
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Moran’s unique style is often described as deadpan, satirical and dark. He tackles a wide range of topics in his routine, including sex, death, politics, religion. “Dark, dry and relentlessly sharp, ‘Yeah, Yeah’ is Dylan Moran’s roller coaster ride of emotion, hilarity, poignancy and joy as he deliberates life, love and disappointment with remarkable observation” is how Mr Moran’s official website describes the current tour.
Organizers are hoping that Mr Moran’s name will attract a young audience and help expand Poland’s stand-up scene. There is an increasing number of up-and-coming Polish comedians making the rounds, but the scene is still dominated by a handful of established names and comedy ensembles whose routines are targeted more at older audiences. There is no one better than Dylan Moran to prove that there is room for a new style of stand-up comedy in Poland.
Ticket prices start at zł.105
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