Daniel Sloss: The Show
- Website: www.danielsloss.com
Fife's very own comedy star, Sloss continues his unstoppable rise to fame with a brand new show, fittingly (or unimaginatively) entitled The Show. Ages 14+.
Stunning new show from Scotland’s award-winning comedian and internationally acclaimed half-man-half-Xbox, Daniel Sloss.
Having starred on TV shows such as Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Mock the Week, and more, plus his own BBC show The Adventures of Daniel Sloss, Daniel started gigging aged just 16.
In Oct 2009, aged 19, his debut in London’s Soho Theatre made him the youngest stand-up ever to perform a solo season in the West End. Now 21, he has toured internationally, sold out four Edinburgh Fringe seasons and to top it all off, he’s recently left home. So, now the gloves are really off (although the dirty socks are still on the floor … )
‘A star in the making … Unstoppable!’ (Telegraph)
‘Hysterical … A stunning show of observational humour.’ (Sun Express)
‘Comedic sensation.’ (Metro)
‘Charming, self-deprecating and genuinely funny.’ (Time Out)
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Reviews & features
Hot 100 2012: Daniel Sloss’ predictions for 201311 Dec 2012
The Fife-born comedian - #89 in the Hot 100 2012 - looks into his crystal ball for 2013's big events
 I predict that Kate Middleton is going to have a child. Some might call it a sixth sense. It will split Britain into two types of people: those who care about the child massively and are always talking about the child, and those who don’t care about…
Daniel Sloss on having a darker sense of humour and what the future holds13 Nov 2012
For those who see Daniel Sloss on stage and think he’s a lovely boy, you might have to think again. The 22-year-old Fifer has a dark side that he has yet to fully unleash upon an adoring fanbase that seems to be getting larger every year. ‘On the…
Daniel Sloss - My journey through comedy so far8 Nov 2012
22-year-old comedian on comedy mums, nurturing venues and Frankie Boyle
The Scottish comedy scene is now way bigger from when I started and there are more open spots than ever before. In Scotland you have the Stand Comedy Clubs, which are easily in the top five comedy clubs in the world. The waiting list to do open spots…
Daniel Sloss discusses comics, critics and cookery22 Aug 2012
The Fife comedian is a dab hand at cooking 'chicken thing' with rice
First record you ever bought Sadly I think it was Nickelback. I’ve never really been into music. This is probably why. Last extravagant purchase you made I bought a lifesize, fibreglass replica of a velociraptor. He’s 9 foot long and lives in my…
Great Scots: Home-grown comedy talent at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe11 Jul 2012
Let's not forget home-grown talent this Edinburgh Fringe
Scott Agnew. With Tales of the Sauna, we can be guaranteed some bawdy material, blistering repartee and belly-altering laughs as the former Scottish Comedian of the Year reveals just about everything about the world of gay saunas.