ED GAMBLE’S FIRST STAND-UP COMEDY SPECIAL ‘BLOOD SUGAR’ TO BE RELEASED ON AMAZON PRIME VIDEO ON MONDAY 19TH AUGUST

★★★★ The Telegraph, Chortle, The List, Edinburgh Festivals, Time Out, The Skinny, Three Weeks

 

Star of Mock the Week and chart-topping Off Menu podcast Ed Gamble has his first stand-up special Blood Sugar coming exclusively to Amazon Prime Video in 200 countries and territories worldwide on 19th August.

As well as being co-host on Radio X’s Sunday morning show, Ed is one of the five competitors in the forthcoming series of the multi award-winning smash hit Taskmaster (Dave) and continues his role as a regular panellist on Mock the Week (BBC Two). His TV stand-up appearances include Live At The Apollo (BBC Two), The Royal Variety Performance (ITV1), The Russell Howard Hour (Sky One), Live at the Comedy Store (Comedy Central), and Conan (TBS). His numerous guest appearances include Hypothetical (Dave), The Apprentice: Youre Fired (BBC Two), Ill Get This (BBC Two), Richard Osmans House of Games (BBC Two), Jon Richardsons Ultimate Warrior (Dave), Insert Name Here (BBC Two), and Roast Battle UK (Comedy Central).

Ed’s hugely popular UK tour of his Edinburgh Festival Fringe show Blizzard has been twice extended due to extraordinary demand across the run.

Ed is also the co-host of the hugely successful mega-hit podcast Off Menu with James Acaster, which has just commenced its second series returning to #1 on the iTunes charts. He first came to prominence playing Georgie Carlton in two series of Almost Royal (BBC America/E4/Netflix) and co-wrote the fourth series of Greg Davies’ sitcom Man Down (Channel 4), as well as appearing in two episodes.

What the press has said about Ed Gamble

“an ability to open his mouth and spontaneously say something hysterically funnyJames Kettle, The Guardian

he is on irresistible form” ★★★★ Rupert Hawksley, The Telegraph

If he keeps up this momentum hell be playing arenas in a few yearsMark Boosey, British Comedy Guide

a seriously strong showGamble is a powerful, compelling orator” ★★★★ Paul Fleckney, Chortle

a hugely likeable performeran excellent comicPaul Whitelaw, The Scotsman

a fully-rounded stand-up fiesta ★★★★ Brian Donaldson, The List

Gamble holds the audience in the palm of his handnever falters in his creative and clever humour that leaves the audience in stitches★★★★ Adam Thornton, Edinburgh Festivals

crudely inventive and very funnybursting with great lines ★★★★ Jay Richardson, Fest

Superb stand-up ★★★★ Ben Williams, Time Out

★★★★ Jenni Ajderian, The Skinny

★★★★ Patricia-Ann Young, Three Weeks

For more information and press tickets, please contact: Lily Marriott at lmarriott@avalonuk.com / 0207 598 7222

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