Greg Davies You Magnificent Beast - Tickets

Greg Davies You Magnificent Beast - Tickets

Greg Davies makes a return to the stage with his first stand-up show in four years.

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Greg Davies is making his return to the stage with his first stand-up show in four years.

The aptly-named ‘You Magnificent Beast’ will see the BAFTA nominated star embark on his biggest ever tour, giving fans old and new the chance to see the man live in action.

Davies has gone from being a schoolteacher to becoming one of the biggest names in comedy and TV, with lead roles in ‘Cuckoo’, ‘Man Down’, ‘Taskmaster’, and, of course, ‘The Inbetweeners’ which saw him return to the classroom as the somewhat psychotic Head of Sixth Form, Mr Gilbert. He was previously one third of the sketch group We Are Klang, which was nominated for the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2006 and sold out shows at the Edinburgh Festival.

When it comes to solo stand-up comedy, Davies debut show ‘Firing Cheeseballs At A Dog’ not only earned him a nomination for the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2010, but also saw him sell-out a national tour with it. His second tour, ‘The Back of My Mum’s Head’ garnered another sell-out run for Davies and the upcoming ‘You Magnificent Beast’ will no doubt be just as, if not even more, popular.
“Greg Davies is undoubtedly one of the kingpins of British comedy” – Evening Standard.

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Greg Davies is perhaps best known as the psychotic Head of Sixth Form Mr. Gilbert in The Inbetweeners (Channel 4) and in The Inbetweeners Movie - The highest grossing British comedy of all time. In 2010, Greg's debut solo stand up show Firing Cheeseballs At A Dog delighted audiences at the Edinburgh Festival with tales of his childhood and the trib...
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