3rd December 2022
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Comedian Dylan Moran to visit Madrid and BCN

Acclaimed Irish comedian Dylan Moran is returning to Spain in April for performances in Madrid and Barcelona.

Moran visits as part of his extensive ‘Dr. Cosmos‘ tour, which has already kicked off and includes 42 venues around the UK and 32 international dates.

In this new show, the popular comedian, actor and writer once more gives audiences his unique take on love, politics, misery and life’s everyday absurdities – all delivered in his familiar deadpan and poetical style.

Dylan Moran 2019
The Irish comedian comes to Spain in April. (Comedy in Spain)

In 1996, Dylan Moran became the youngest winner of the prestigious Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

He followed that up by co-writing and starring in TV series Black Books, which won two BAFTAs, and has appeared in a range of films including Notting HillShaun of the Dead and Run Fatboy Run.

His last appearance in Barcelona, at Sala Apolo, remains the biggest-selling English-language comedy show in Spain.

The Madrid and Barcelona Dylan Moran comedy shows are presented by Comedy in Spain in association with Stoke Travel and Mick Perrin Worldwide Ltd.

MADRID: 12 April, 9pm, Sala Galileo Galilei

BARCELONA: 13 April, 9pm, Casino L’Aliança Poblenou

Tickets (both show): 20€ in advance, 30€ on the door

More info and tickets: comedyinspain.com

Also see further details on our Events Calendar.

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