Date: 07 May 2010 20:00 - 22 May 2010 23:00
Location: Brighton

Norwegian funnyman to Brighton

Smörgåsbord: Stand-Up Comedy by the Sea is part of the Brighton Fringe Festival

Norwegian comedian Daniel Simonsen is one of the acts at the show 'Smörgåsbord: Stand-Up Comedy by the Sea' in May.

Daniel burst onto the comedy scene in late 2007 and quickly gained a strong reputation for being a talented, fresh and original comedian in the UK. In 2008 he won Channel 4's So You Think You're Funny award for best new comedian. The award has previously been won by Peter Kay, Dylan Moran, Rhona Cameron, Lee Mack, Tommy Tiernan, Miles Jupp and Rob Rouse.

At the Scandinavian bar Northern Lights in Brighton, Daniel will support renowned American comedian Roger Mursick along with Liz Carr, Henry Paker and Brian Gittins to name a few. Smörgåsbord is a part of the Brighton Fringe Festival , one of the largest and fastest-growing open access arts festival in the world and the largest in England.

Daniel, who is from Bergen west in Norway, has now lived in the UK for three years. He is a trained actor, having been educated at Ecole Phillipe Gaulier in Paris, where former students include Geoffrey Rush, Roberto Benigni and Sacha Baron Cohen.

Smorgasbord: Stand-Up Comedy by the Sea
7, 8, 14, 15, 21 22 May, 8.30pm
Northern Lights 
6 Little East Street
Brighton BN1 1HT
Tickets: £8/£6.50

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