AWARD-winning comic Dan Antopolski is coming to the King’s Lynn Art Centre on March 16 with his Turn of the Century tour.
What can we expect from this tireless fringe innovator, elegant paragraph-crafter and award-winning one-liner merchant?
Why not expect the unexpected and neglect to prepare for the expected which will then surprise you from behind, unless you have read this - or like Dan Antopolski, have mastered time travel!
Turn of the Century will definitely contain many high-quality stealable one-liners, sage remarks about life and bad-parenthood, and a rap about the benefits of laser ownership.
Dan Antopolski won the BBC New Comedy Award in 1998, was nominated for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award in 2000 and for the Perrier Award in 2001. He played Jeffers in two series of BBC TWO’s Hyperdrive and Jesus in Hollywood blockbuster The Da Vinci Code.
His many radio and TV credits also include six series of BBC Radio 2’s Out To Lunch and three series of ITV2’s ComedyCuts and he co-starred in sitcom Exterminating Angels on BBC Radio 4 and in Moonmonkeys on BBC3.
In 2008 Dan stormed Edinburgh with the acclaimed Dan Antopolski’s Penetrating Gaze, containing the Sandwich Rap that became a Youtube hit video.
Dan’s 2009 show Silent but Deadly received numerous rave reviews and won Funniest Joke of the Fringe. Turn of the Century is Dan’s new show and his first visit to the Arts Centre.
Visit www.kingslynnarts.co.uk for more information or call the box office on 01553-764864 to book tickets.