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This event has been postponed from the original date of Fri 6 Nov 2020 to Fri 26 Feb 2021.
Scotland’s international comedy superstar Daniel Sloss is “blessed with a sharp mind and a potent stage persona” (The Scotsman) that have rightly rewarded him with sell-out tours across the globe and two acclaimed Netflix specials ‘Dark’ and ‘Jigsaw’.
Never afraid to tackle edgy subject matter, Sloss’ “dirty, sweet and clever” material (New York Times) have become infamous at the annual Edinburgh Festival Fringe and international comedy festivals. He has an unrivalled skill at “creating moments of near unbearable tension and then puncturing them with a welcome but unexpectedly sharp barb” (Time Out).
Sloss returns to Bristol with his extraordinary new show “HUBRIS” as we transform our foyer into an intimate comedy club.
“Deliciously dark stand-up”
– Mail on Sunday
Unreserved, cabaret style tables of 2, 3 and 4 are available at £21.80 incl. booking fee per person.
You will receive one ticket for your table. Please select the appropriate table size for the number of people you wish to attend with.
In order to observe social distancing comfortably in our space, we are only able accommodate a maximum of 4 people at a table. You will be directed to a table suitable for your group by one of our friendly team upon your arrival.
This event uses e-tickets. You will receive your e-tickets via email attachment after you complete your purchase. Please either print your ticket or store it on a digital device to present on arrival.
This is a seated event that takes place at Bristol Beacon, Trenchard Street, Bristol, BS5 1AR
This show contains adult themes & strong language. Suitable only for ages 16+
Drinks can be purchased using our ordering app. Details of how to use the app will be available on your table.
We are operating with table service only. There is no bar service.
There will be no food available at this event.
We’ve made some changes to how we operate events at Bristol Beacon to keep you safe. Please be aware of the following measures.
For more information about planning your visit, click here.
Please be advised that late admittance is not guaranteed.
No photography, filming, recording or streaming of the show is permitted at any moment on request of the artist.
Tickets are non-transferable. The credit card used for payment may be required as proof of purchase on arrival along with your event tickets.
Please note that official filming and photography may take place which may be used for rehearsal, promotional and archival purposes.
On Wednesday 23 September 2020 Colston Hall changed its name to Bristol Beacon.
Our new name is just the first step, it is about more than the sign above our door. Click below to find out more about how we’re changing, watch our name announcement, and discover how we want everyone to share in the joy of live music.