Stewart Francis, Craig Campbell & Glenn Wool are
Debut UK Tour 2013
Three top Canadian comedians for the price of one!
Following a hugely successful run at the Edinburgh Festival, Stewart Francis, Craig Campbell and Glenn Wool hit the road to each perform their own set, side by side, on their debut UK tour of The Lumberjacks.
These Canadian comedians are at the top of their comedy game right now. Each with their refreshingly contrasting styles, we see them come together and perform their own uniquely individual material. With something here for everyone guaranteed, the audience is in for an eclectic and exciting show.
‘A miracle of comic technique’ The Times
Outstanding in his field of killer one-liners, Stewart Francis moved to the UK three years ago and rapidly established himself as one of the best comics working here right now. He soon become a star of BBC’s Mock The Week, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and Live At The Apollo. Stewart has just finished his extensive, acclaimed UK tour Outstanding In His Field and released his second DVD, of the same name.
‘Campbell masters the art’ Dagbladet (Oslo)
Craig Campbell is one of the most charismatic and inventive performers around. He has made appearances on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Russell Howard’s Good News and Dave’s One Night Stand.
In Spring 2011 Craig toured nationally with his show Craig Campbell Live, extended twice due to popular demand. He recently rejoined Frankie Boyle on tour.
"Effortlessly funny with an affability other comics can only dream of. You have to go and see Glenn Wool’ The Guardian
Glenn Wool is a comic truly at the top of his game right now. As well as his global live work Glenn’s burgeoning list of television credits includes: The Green Room With Paul Provenza (Showtime), Jon Oliver’s New York Stand-up Show (Comedy Central) and Funny As Hell (HBO).
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“Consistently boasting the most interesting line ups in the country”The Times