Daniel Sloss, Scotland’s international comedy superstar, is heading to Australia for a huge stand-up tour early next year.
Still only 32-years-old, Sloss has been a major figure on the comedy circuit for over a decade now. His new stand-up show, ‘Can’t’, will be his 12th solo show, following last year’s hugely popular ‘HUBRiS’ tour.
Beginning in Brisbane on Friday, March 31st, Sloss will then visit Gold Coast, Adelaide, Sydney, Hobart, Canberra, Newcastle and Melbourne, before finishing the tour in Perth on Wednesday, April 26th (see full dates below).
He’ll be supported by Kai Humphries at several shows on the tour. Tickets for the tour go on sale to the general public on Thursday, September 29th at 12pm local time.
Sloss has journeyed from a sleepy Scottish town to become one of the world’s biggest comedians. He’s sold out seven off-Broadway seasons; he’s broken box office records at Edinburgh’s iconic Fringe Festival; his Netflix specials have even reportedly caused hundreds of thousands of relationship breakups.
Expect an unrestrained and intelligent comedic discussion of diverse and sometimes uncomfortable material captures from the comedian’s own experiences, including relationship breakdowns, his own masculinity, and death.
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Daniel Sloss 2023 Australian Tour
Friday, March 31st
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, QLD*
Tuesday, April 4th
HOTA, Gold Coast, QLD*
Thursday, April 6th
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA*
Saturday, April 8th
Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW*
Tickets: Sydney Opera House
Tuesday, April 11th
Theatre Royal, Hobart, TAS
Tickets: Theatre Royal
Thursday, April 13th
Canberra Theatre, Canberra, ACT
Tickets: Canberra Theatre Centre
Saturday, April 15th
Civic Theatre, Newcastle, NSW
Tickets: Civic Theatre Newcastle
Saturday, April 22nd
Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre, Melbourne, VIC*
Wednesday, April 26th
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre, Perth, WA
*supported by Kai Humphries