Edward Aczel Doesn’t Exist

“Britain’s greatest living anti-comedian” (The Guardian) reluctantly presents a slice of moderately amusing stand-up comedy in order to gain some meaningful television exposure. Acknowledging that he has a reputation for unprofessionalism and unpreparedness, Edward has began to prepare now, for his inevitable rise to showbiz stardom, sometime soon.

He has imagined a new life of TV panel shows, lavish riders, comedy masterclass leadership and commercial product endorsements, and would like to share a few of these plans with important industry people across the country. Aczel’s had two sell-out runs at London’s Soho Theatre, three sell-out Edinburgh Festival runs and several Radio Four appearances. This is first national tour.

“Aczel turns unprofessionalism into an artform. A real attraction.”  – The Times

“Britain’s greatest entertainer… the future of comedy” Time Out

“One of the most original acts in years. An hour in his company is a joy”The Guardian

“One of the finest hours of comedy I’ve ever seen” – The New Yorker

“One of the most inventive and memorable comedians working today” – The Scotsman