AWARD-WINNING funny man Danny Bhoy is looking forward to getting an Aberdeen Music Hall audience rolling in the aisles with his Please Untick This Box show on Thursday, September 18.
"I'm really looking forward to playing Aberdeen because I thrive on making people laugh, I love the freedom of stand-up and I have the same sense of excitement as I've always had about getting back on stage in front of an audience again," said Danny, who is making the Music Hall a stop on his 20-date UK tour.
The Scottish-Indian comedian from Dumfries and Galloway, began performing in 1998, impressing audiences with his unique brand of observational humour and natural gift for story telling, winning The Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award, the biggest national competition in the UK for new comics, a year later.
He sold out a three-week run at the 2001 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and has been a Fringe regular ever since, he performed a 10-night solo run at the Montreal festival in 2007 and sold out shows at the Sydney Comedy Festival two years ago.
In 2012, he recorded his first internationally-acclaimed DVD in Edinburgh, Live at the Festival Theatre and has since clocked up appearances on Live At The Apollo and The David Letterman Show in the US.
Tickets for his Aberdeen show, priced at £16, are available online at www.aberdeenperformingarts.com, by phone on 01224 641122 and from the Aberdeen Box Office outlets at the Music Hall and His Majesty's Theatre.