Dara O Brian, Voice Of Reason, Tour Announced For 2018.

Dara O Brian, Voice Of Reason, Tour Announced For 2018.

Catch Dara O Briain, one of the most recognisable faces on British TV, as he goes back to his day job as a world class stand up comedian.  Dara will be returning to the stage in 2018 with his eagerly awaited brand new stand-up show ‘Voice Of Reason’.  Beginning in February, the master of audience interaction will be travelling the UK armed with his supersonic wit and provocative observations with over 30 dates booked throughout the spring until June.  More 2018 dates will be added over the coming months.

This is the chance to see one of the most charismatic, intelligent, fast-talking and downright funny live performers working today back in his natural environment! Tickets for ‘Voice Of Reason’ are on general sale from Friday 6th October at 10am from www.daraobriain.com.

As well as his adept comedic work, Dara is one of the most in demand faces on British TV as host of BBC Two’s hugely successful Mock The Week, Stargazing Live, Robot Wars and Dave’s Go8Bit.

Dara has also previously released five classic stand-up DVDs with Universal Pictures (UK); ‘Crowd Tickler’ (2015), ‘Craic Dealer’ (2012),  ‘This Is The Show’ (2010), ‘Dara O Briain Talks Funny Live In London’ (2008) and ‘Dara O Briain Live at the Theatre Royal’ (2006) – all of which have also aired on BBC TV as one hour specials.

Earlier this year, Dara’s first children’s book ‘Beyond The Sky: You and the Universe’ was released by Scholastic UK and he will be back as host of BBC Two’s Robot Wars this October.

www.daraobriain.com / @daraobriain / www.offthekerb.co.uk / @OffTheKerb

“A superfit mind that is so fast you have to wear your best trainers to keep up with it”  – Evening Standard

“His set is a masterclass in intelligent, no-frills stand-up” – The Guardian

“If you want a comic who can hold an audience in the palm of his hand for two hours, here’s your man”

– The Times

“The Irishman’s way of handling his audience, comedic neurons firing away by the billion a second, has to be seen to be believed”The Telegraph

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