Tony Law: A Now Begin In Again – Saturday 3rd June

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Tony Law brings his hilarious stand-up comedy show to The Attic Comedy Club in Southampton

Fresh from a critically acclaimed run at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, neanderthal Canadian-Trinidadian Norn Iron loon Law, is taking his half-baked thoughts on the last couple of years (with a little time travel to boot) on tour. It might not always make sense but it’s always funny.

Farmboy’s blue-collar surreal absurdity in his own very unique style. For those with a different take or taste in comedy. Wild, utterly absurd and magnetic.

‘Takes post-modern stand-up to a dangerously funny new level’
The Guardian
‘The King of post-modern nonsense’
TheTelegraph

Tony Law is a comedic performer who hails from Lacombe, Alberta in Canada. He has been living in London, UK since he was 19 years old.

His signature style includes improvisational routines that focus on absurd and surreal topics and concepts. His performances often involve whimsical stories or situations that he comes up with spontaneously.

Praise for A Now begin In Again:★★★★★ – Mumble Comedy★★★★ – The Telegraph★★★★ – On the Mic★★★★ – Broadway World

Tony’s comedic career commenced with his victory in the New Act contest at the Glastonbury Festival in 1995.

His earlier repertoire depicted stories about his travels with his sausage dog, Cartridge Davison, also known as the “Dog Of Time” from Law’s show of the same name.

In 2002, he was part of a regular panel on Channel 4’s comedy quiz Does Doug Know? and featured in a series of commercials for Gala Bingo.

He was spotted on TV shows such as Edinburgh & Beyond and Comedy Cuts. Law went on his first comedy tour in 2009 and supported Stewart Lee’s show in 2010.

In April 2011, Russell Howard featured Law in one of the extended episodes of his show Russell Howard’s Good News. On 17 October of the same year, Law appeared on Never Mind the Buzzcocks as part of a satirical music-based panel game.

In 2011–2012, he toured his stand-up comedy show Tony Law: Go Mr Tony Go! which was later nominated for Best Comedy Show at Edinburgh Comedy Awards.

In August 2012, Tony returned to Edinburgh Fringe with a new show entitled Tony Law: Maximum Nonsense.

Additionally, Jeremy Clarkson hosted him on BBC One’s Have I Got News For You in November 2012 and he also featured on 8 Out of 10 Cats that same month before returning to it in February 2013.

The Alternative Comedy Experience by Comedy Central UK also included him in February-March 2013.

Tony Law has been in several podcasts such as Do the Right Thing and Why Is Your Bottom So Dirty. He also created his own podcast known as The Tony Law Tapes.

In 2017, he collaborated with Adam Larter to create an experimental comedy show at Alexandra Palace called ‘Battle for Icetopia’. This production was honoured with the Chortle Award for Event of the Year.

 Tickets bought online are £12 in advance. Or if not “Sold Out” it is £15 on the door – order online to avoid disappointment

 

 

 

Doors 7pm for a 7.30pm start time.

The Attic at River Studios 32 Winsor Road Totton Southampton SO40 9HQ

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Tony Law: A Now Begin In Again – Saturday 3rd June

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