Prankster and TikTok star Simon Brodkin is bringing his latest comedy show to York later this year.
The comedian has extended his Screwed Up tour due to overwhelming demand, with the new autumn leg of the tour including a show at the Grand Opera House.
The show will see Simon explore his Russian ancestry, his recent ADHD diagnosis, and his relationship to fame – having made headlines all over the world with his notorious stunts while simultaneously being rejected by I’m A Celebrity for not being famous enough.
Simon Brodkin: Screwed Up is at the Grand Opera House York on Saturday 18 November 2023.
Simon will also rip into celebrity culture, social media, the police, Putin, Prince Andrew and Jesus. Nothing is off limits, including his own mental health, his family, his five arrests and how he once found himself at an underground sex party.
Earlier this year he broke records on TikTok with his stand-up – and is currently the most-viewed British comedian ever on the platform, gaining over 40 million views with his most-watched video.
He has hit global headlines multiple times for his high-profile stunts, including handing Theresa May a P45 during her speech at the Conservative Party Conference, showering disgraced FIFA president Sepp Blatter with bank notes, and surrounding Donald Trump at the opening of his golf course with 60 swastika-emblazoned golf balls.
Simon also created the comedy character Lee Nelson, and has appeared on many TV shows such as Live at the Apollo, Sunday Night at the Palladium, and The John Bishop Christmas Show.
Tickets start from £26.87 and are available now via the Grand Opera House website. They’re selling quickly – so grab them while you can!
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