Glenn Moore is tipped for great things GQ
His writing is dazzling The Scotsman
A class act… undoubtedly bound for greatness The Herald
Comedy Award Nominee, writer, and stand-up Glenn Moore presents his 3rd scintillating show Glenn Glenn Glenn, How Do You Like It, How Do You Like It at Soho Theatre from 19th – 24th November following the success of an award nominated, sold-out, critically-acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
With the highest joke per minute ratio on the circuit, Glenn will guide you through his story which began in 2013 with a misjudged application to the Mars One initiative and an ambition to be one of the first civilians on the pioneering space trip to colonise Mars. Glenn hasn’t heard back yet, its five years on but he’s still hopeful. In fact, with his life now falling apart from the wreckage of a failed relationship, Glenn is pinning all his hopes on getting chosen, going to Mars, and leaving society (and that terrible ex) behind.
Building on the momentum of the last year, Glenn has appeared on Mock The Week (BBC Two), and is set to appear on Stand Up Central (Comedy Central) later this year. He can be heard every weekday on Absolute Radio’s Breakfast Show alongside Dave Berry after previously featuring on Radio X as a newsreader as well as frequently featuring on BBC Radio 4.
Known for his original and offbeat material, Glenn’s writing credits include The Mash Report (BBC Two), Mock The Week (BBC Two), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC Three), Play To The Whistle (ITV) and being a staff writer on the CITV sketch comedy show Scrambled.
On stage, Glenn has supported Josie Long and Dave Gorman on nationwide tours as well as touring with Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee comic Adam Hess (BBC One, ITV, BBC Radio 4). Glenn is also one half of the critically-acclaimed sketch comedy duo Thunderbards, who have been described by GQ as ‘Without question one of the funniest sketch groups on the Fringe’, and have performed on BBC Radio 4’s Sketchorama and BBC Scotland’s McAuley And Co.
Last year saw Glenn entertain audiences with his second comedy hour; ‘Very Best of Belinda Carlisle’, which followed his debut show ‘Glengarry Glen Glenn’, which received much critical acclaim and was one of the year’s best reviewed debut shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and received a nomination for Best Debut Show at the Leicester Comedy Festival.
WHAT THE PRESS HAS SAID ABOUT GLENN GLENN GLENN, HOW DO YOU LIKE IT, HOW DO YOU LIKE IT
The best showcase of pure joke-writing skill on the Fringe
Brian Logan, The Guardian ★★★★
A prolific writer of clever, distinctive gags. Brilliantly original punchlines
Steve Bennett, Chortle ★★★★
This is a comedian putting others to shame. A stunningly well-crafted show
Kenza Marland, The List ★★★★
Moore’s clever, inventive and imaginative storytelling is now getting the great big laughs it deserves
Claire Smith, Beyond The Joke ★★★★
Glenn Moore delivers with a fervour that is invigorating to watch
Emily Hay, Edinburgh Festivals Magazine ★★★★
Top-quality gags, with abundant lines to savour
Jay Richardson, Fest Mag ★★★★
John Gibson, The Wee review ★★★★
Glenn Moore has packed so many well-written jokes into this show it’s an absolute joy to spend 60 minutes in his company
Mark Boosey British Comedy Guide
Glenn Moore – Glenn Glenn Glenn, How Do You Like It, How Do You Like It
Venue: Soho Theatre
Dates: 19th – 24th November
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