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Daniel Nicholas, is an exciting interactive comedian starting stand up in 2011 In that time he has produced and created funand interesting new ways to watch comedy. Whether that’s whilst playing lasertag, or with a dancer reacting to the set, Daniel by no means is a traditionalstand up. Expect gags, expect audience participation, and expect something thatyou’ll never seen before or maybe again
In 2013, he was part of interdisciplinary chat show ‘Dan Nicholas’ Conversation Garden ´where he was joined by Dancer Lewys Holt,and Theatre maker Jack Britton, in a chat show where audience members were interviewed and put through challenges.
Conversation Garden had repeated success across the midlands, after a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and a small scale Autumn tour in 2014, the trio went on hiatus whilst they focused on their own projects.
Since then Daniel has developing projects that introduce an interdisciplinary element, combining different art forms with comedy. As a result Daniel has produced the event D.A.N.C.E (Developing a new Comedy Experience) and Commentary, the latter being set in an independent cinema,where live performance engages with film.
As a solo performer, Daniel tends to explore the different ways he can confuse and engage an audience at the same time, whether that’s through comedy or storytelling his performances are always of high quality and different to anything else, as he slowly carves his own path into these industries.
Poster Boy - 2017
Conversation Garden 2013-2014
The Quadrantines 2012
Photo by David Wilson Clarke
'his writing displays a sharp, obtuse wit across all his disjointed one-liners...Someone as inventive as this should have a future in comedy.' -Steve Bennett, Chortle.
‘Immensely brave use of Pinter-esque silences...a dangerous comedian who keepsyou on the edge of your seat waiting for the next outrageous non sequitur.’ –The Western Gazette
'His creativity is remarkable.' - Broadway Baby
‘A very talented man who can craft astory with ease and grace.’ – Bunbury Magazine