Gary Delaney in PunderlandSunday 27 March 2022
Gary Delaney is a razor sharp one-liner comedian, who is widely regarded as being the most quotable comic on the circuit. The high quantity of stand out gags leaves the audience struggling to remember them all.
Gary is at home in venues from arts centres and theatres to rowdy pubs and clubs and corporate gigs.
Gary regularly plays all the big clubs including The Comedy Store, Highlight, Jongleurs, Komedia, Glee, Rawhide, The Frog and Bucket, Hyena, Baby Blue, The Stand, Comedy Café, Lee Hurst’s Backyard, Banana Cabaret and headlines at clubs throughout the UK.
Gary is a regular guest on Mock The Week and has also recently appeared on Dave’s ‘One Night Stand’, Comedy Central’s ‘Comedy Blue’ and on Channel 4’s ‘Robert’s Web’ as well as Radio 4’s ‘Loose Ends’ and Radio 2’s ‘Russell Kane’s Whistle-Stop Tour’.
Gary has also written for other stand-ups including Ivan Brackenbury’s Hospital Radio Roadshow (Perrier Award nominee in 2007), Jason Manford and for Micky Flanagan’s appearance on the Royal Variety Performance.
Gary has written for a variety of TV and radio programmes including 8 Out of 10 Cats, Mock The Week, Russell Howard’s Good News, Jason Manford’s Comedy Rocks, and Radio 4’s The News Quiz. Gary received two Sonys for his work for Kerrang! Radio. Gary’s Twitter feed was also nominated for a Chortle Award in 2011.
Gary’s debut show ‘Purist’ was a big hit at the Edinburgh Festival in 2010, selling out every night and receiving many four and five star reviews.
“Expect a cavalcade of brilliantly inventive puns from this master of the one-liner, a craftsman to be ranked along with likes of Tim Vine and Milton Jones”
– The Guardian
“unremittingly vicious comic Gary Delaney, master of the one-liner”
– The Scotsman
“razor sharp one-liners”
– Daily Telegraph
“a hugely impressive collection of exquisitely crafted gags by one of Britain’s grandmasters of the one-liner”
“Quickfire material of the very highest quality is pretty much guaranteed from the fast-thinking Delaney, a master of the deadpan one-liner”
– The Guardian