David Eagle

David Eagle

David is one of the funniest, fastest rising acts on the comedy circuit with an array of competition wins and some quality comedy club performances already under his belt. 


With David being blind, his comedy often explores how his disability means the most ordinary, commonplace events are turned into surreal and convoluted dramas. Occasionally he dons his accordion (often as a spiteful repost to hecklers) and performs one of his comedy songs, such as his George Formby parody, described by the Guardian as "a comic tour de force."

As well as being an officially funny stand-up comedian, David is a member of three-time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winning band The Young'uns.


Having previously conquered the world of folk music, enjoying all of the trappings that come with it - the money, the glamour, the women - David branched out into stand up. He was crowned New Comedian Of The Year by Leicester Square Theatre in 2019 a year which also saw him win new act competitions at Bath Comedy Festival and Nottingham Comedy Festival, and has been nominated Best Newcomer at the Chortle Awards. David now graces many a stage on the professional comedy circuit and is tipped for the top.


"Brilliant, Nuts. Heartily recommend," Rufus Hound.


"If not for the virus, David Eagle would be closing nights, constantly. A genuine stand up rookie phenomenon! Looking forward to hearing more." (Reginald D Hunter)


"Just seen the future of stand up comedy and his name is David Eagle." (Boothby Graffoe)

"a comic tour de force." The Guardian