Comedy unmasked as The Boy With Tape On His Face

Comedy unmasked as The Boy With Tape On His Face

The big gag with the latest comedy show heading for Aberdeen’s Lemon Tree Lounge is just that – his big gag.

For The Boy with the Tape on His Face – who performed at the Royal Variety Show last night (Monday) – will take to the stage at the city venue on Tuesday, June 5, with tape over his mouth for some ground-breaking silent comedy.

It’s his first show in Aberdeen and tickets for the mime gig with noise, stand-up with no talking and drama with no acting go on sale to APA Friends tomorrow (Wednesday) and to the general public on Friday online at www.boxofficeaberdeen.com, by phone at 01224 641122 and at Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall and His Majesty’s Theatre.

Otherwise know as New Zealander Sam Willis (32), the last word in silent comedy, The Boy With Tape on His Face has featured on ITV1’s Comedy Rocks with Jason Manford, BBC3’s Live@The Fringe and BBC2’s Comedy Prom with Tim Minchin.

Now living in London, he is a renowned comedian in New Zealand where he has been a fixture on the comedy circuit, has featured in the New Zealand International Comedy and World Buskers Festivals and performed on the red carpet for the World Premier of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in Wellington.
 

Posted on Tuesday 06 December

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