Fresh from selling out the first leg of his 2018 UK tour (which included 5 dates at London’s Soho Theatre), Dane Baptiste takes his third smash hit show G.O.D. (Gold. Oil. Drugs.) on the road for a further 19 UK dates this autumn including a show at Up The Creek Comedy Club in Greenwich October 23rd, which will be recorded a live special.
The London born stand up made comedy history in 2014 as the first black British act to be nominated for an Edinburgh Comedy Award with his debut show Citizen Dane and his critically acclaimed second Reasonable Doubts that went on to tour the UK – both had multiple sell out shows.
Original, provocative and exceptionally crafted, G.O.D. explores our worldwide pursuit of wealth, power and pleasure. This show is not about GOD, it is a show about G.O.D; an abbreviation of the new things that humanity has come to uphold over everything else; namely Gold, Oil and Drugs. This is a show about the distractions and attractions of modern human life; and how the pursuit of the ‘Good Life’ can involve a lot of evil, vice and debauchery. But is that really a bad thing?
The G.O.D World Tour has already seen Dane head to Australia, New Zealand, Estonia, The Netherlands, Belgium, Latvia and Finland – with one thing uniting them all; audience laughter and critical acclaim:
Dane Baptiste plays the following dates with all tickets on sale now and available from www.
Weds 19th CHELTENHAM, Everyman Theatre
Thurs 20th CARDIFF, Glee Club
Fri 21st CHESTER, Live Rooms
Sat 29th CAMBERLY, Camberly Theatre
Thurs 4th LEEDS, The Wardrobe
Weds 10th EDINBURGH, The Stand Up Comedy Club
Thurs 11th GLASGOW, Oran Mor
Fri 12th NEWCASTLE, The Stand Comedy Club
Sat 13th BROMSGROVE, Artrix
Thurs 18th HUDDERSFIELD, Lawrence Batley Theatre
Fri 19th SWINDON, Arts Centre
Tues 23rd LONDON, Up The Creek Comedy Club, Greenwich
Tues 6th BELFAST, The Waterfront Hall
Weds 7th DUBLIN, Laughter Lounge
Thurs 15th MANCHESTER, Gorilla
Fri 16th CAMBRIDGE, Junction (J2)
Sat 17th LINCOLN, Engine Shed (Platform)
Fri 23rd BLACKBURN, King George’s Hall (Windsor Suite)
Sat 24th KETTERING, Lighthouse Theatre