Dalton Trumbo's Reluctant Cabaret
Dan Renton Skinner
Dara O Briain
Dead Cat Bounce
Deborah Frances White
Delete The Banjax
Dominic Elliot Spencer
Donnchadh O Conaill
Friday 0th Oct, '05-
Show - Misc live shows -
"Jaw dropping funny" is the best way to describe this guy. Very likeable guy, great to work with, more than capable to deal with any sort of crowd.
Just seen Danny tonight and he was brilliant, headlined on an amateur night and showed them how its done, he was first class totally recommend seeing him
Seen him a lot. More often than not he's had a stormer. His material is very strong and there is an impressive turn-over. My one criticism is he has a tendency to preform longer than is generally needed, which can dilute his impact. He needs to leave the audience wanting more, as he has enough talent to generate that feeling.
Hello Orange, in answer to your question no I haven't gone and gotten a proper job. For some reason a lot of the gigs I do don't seem to advertise on here. Maybe through shame although this is unconfirmed.
Given the lack of gigs on display, has he gone and got a proper job?
Saw Danny Deegan recently for first time. His style is extremely compelling and his apparent arrogance and disdain the thing that sets him apart from others as a class act. His annihilation of a drunken heckler was one of the best comedy moments ever. Relentless and with no excuses. Dares to be different and truly succeeds.
An absolute shambles of an act. It was in front of a particularly small audience admittedly, which I can understand might make things dificult, but he made it very clear that he couldn't be bothered. He was very arrogant and showed a complete lack of respect for the people who came to see him. Maybe he was funny in the past, maybe he still can be but tonight he was truly awful. Very boring.
Saw him in Manchester not long ago. Such a likable persona. He's clearly got a huge amount of warmth which means his confidence never verges on arrogance, or irritation.
City Life Comedian Of The Year Final 2005