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Ed Byrne Outside Looking In

Ed Byrne is one of the UK’s leading comedians, it is no surprise that after over 20-years on the comedy touring circuit, he continues to sell-out venues across the UK. After filling Blackpool Grand in February, we are excited that he is returning to the area to Lowther Pavilion, Lytham St-Annes on Friday 15 April 2016.

In his new show: Outside Looking In, Ed reflects on everything from life as a father and husband to feminism and transgenderism. As an observational stand up, Ed Byrne is unrivalled.  Wherever he performs, be it the Edinburgh Festival, on the International Circuit or a UK tour he is consistently highly acclaimed and more importantly – funny!

Ed’s television credits are far reaching including Mock The Week, Have I Got News For You, The Graham Norton Show, The One Show, Live At The Apollo (all BBC) and Comic Relief Bake Off 2015. His passion for the outdoors have recently led to him climbing Europe’s highest mountain Mt Blanc for the second time! Plus appearances on Dangerous Roads (BBC Two), Volcano Live (BBC Two) and Dara & Ed’s Big Adventure, and a regular column for The Great Outdoor Magazine.

His work has been highly praised by public and journalists alike; THE TIMES  stating of his work “Jokes come so fast that hecklers don’t have a chance to get a word in edgeways” and EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS saying “A show full of top –class observational humour….A great comedian making the simple sublime, Byrne gives his audience exactly what they want”. He encourages interaction during the show as well as outside of his onstage time and you can connect with him via Twitter at @MrEdByrne or his website: www.edbyrne.com

As a real fan of his work, since seeing him do gigs in both a back room of a Brixton pub and Hay Festival, I can attest to his ability to handle audiences of all kinds and to be a master of his craft. I would urge you to call Lowther Pavilion Box Office today on 01253 794 221 to book your ticket for just £19.50 for Friday 15 April

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    Melanie Whitehead is the Creative Director of The Old Electric, Blackpool's newest theatre. She previously worked for the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre.

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