Daniel kitson

Daniel Kitson - The best comedian I have seen.

Daniel Kitson, comedian tour dates : Chortle : The UK Comedy Guide

Daniel Kitson: the Salinger of Standup

Daniel Kitson: the Salinger of standup

Daniel Kitson, Creative Inspiration, Comedy, Theatres, Daniel O'connell, Interview, Monologues, Small Things, He Has

Daniel Kitson After The Beginning Before The End @ City Varities May 9th

Daniel Kitson After The Beginning Before The End @ City Varities May

Daniel Kitson ( inspiration fror performance )

Daniel Kitson: standup's most restless, theatrical polymath

Daniel Kitson at Greenwich Comedy Festival, 2010

March 2012 - Daniel Kitson (work in progress) at Soho. He doesn't have a beard anymore. It was also very rude compared to his story shows (but still quite lovely, and very funny).

March 2012 - Daniel Kitson (work in progress) at Soho. He doesn't have a beard anymore. It was also very rude compared to his story shows (but still quite lovely, and very funny).

Daniel Kitson.

The Ballad of Roger and Grace., by Daniel Kitson and Gavin Osborn

It's Always Right Now, Until It's Later. Daniel Kitson at St. Ann's Warehouse. 2012.    Storytelling that, in another's hands, might dissolve into cheap sentimentality is rendered vibrantly, full of surprise and danger. Brilliant.

‘It’s Always Right Now, Until It’s Later’ - Review

It's Always Right Now, Until It's Later. Daniel Kitson at St. Storytelling that, in another's hands, might dissolve into cheap sentimentality is rendered vibrantly, full of surprise and danger.

Stand-up comedian Daniel Kitson - heartbreaking & rib-splitting in equal measure

Stand-up comedian Daniel Kitson - heartbreaking & rib-splitting in equal measure

Daniel Kitson - Analog.Ue - St.Ann's Warehouse

Daniel Kitson - Analog.Ue - St.Ann's Warehouse

St. Ann's Warehouse - Daniel Kitson

St. Ann's Warehouse - Daniel Kitson

it's always right now until it's later - Daniel Kitson.

it's always right now until it's later - Daniel Kitson.

comic poetry of Daniel Kitson, who never makes a film grrr! This is a tiny fragment from stories of the wobby hearted. The most amazing, moving, funny thing I ever watched was 66a Church Road. Fleeting, beautiful and unrecorded.

comic poetry of Daniel Kitson, who never makes a film grrr! This is a tiny fragment from stories of the wobby hearted. The most amazing, moving, funny thing I ever watched was Church Road. Fleeting, beautiful and unrecorded.

There are serious questions about society and dissent underlying Daniel Kitson and Tim Key’s beguiling two-hander about a protester holding a ‘tree-squat’, writes Michael Billington

Tree review – Daniel Kitson and Tim Key branch out into Beckettian absurdity

There are serious questions about society and dissent underlying Daniel Kitson and Tim Key’s beguiling two-hander about a protester holding a ‘tree-squat’, writes Michael Billington

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