He might look relatively harmless and innocent, but Ed Byrne's unassuming grin belies one of the sharpest minds - and tongues
- in British comedy. The jocular genius behind a famed spoof of Alanis Morisette's 'Ironic', Ed Byrne's strengths lie in observational
comedy. Heavily drawing from the twists and turns of life experiences, Ed Byrne's stand-up uses clever wordplay to draw laughter
out of audiences.
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Hailing from Ireland, Dubliner Ed Byrne began his stand-up career during his student years in Glasgow. Honing his skills and comedy act over time, it wasn't long before Ed Byrne found the
spotlight, earning a 1999 Perrier Comedy Award nomination at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Having played at iconic comedy venues in London and Dublin, including
the Ambassador and the Hammersmith Apollo, Ed Byrne is a familiar face on many television comedy panels.
Byrne is a staple presence on shows like Mock the Week and Never Mind the Buzzcocks,previously hosted by Simon Amstell.
Making a number of public appearances in America and the UK, Ed Byrne has continued to strengthen his comedy reputation
across the globe. The Ed Byrne stand-up tours 'Different Class' and 'Crowd Pleaser' were both major hits, packing houses during
their runs. Stand-up enthusiasts have taken a shine to his canny commentary, following his continued TV work and attending
his shows en masse.
Along with Dara O'Briain and Dylan Moran, Ed Byrne
is an Irish comedian who's hit the big time in the UK. On StubHub! UK you can learn more about upcoming stand-up tours. Visit
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