Comedy

PAUL FOOT: SWAN POWER

Saturday 12 February 2022

The multi-award winning comedian presents his brand new show. Tired of the goose? Swan Power is here. Paul opens his beak and explores topics including Nanna on the rack, murdering Santas and interfering ambulance drivers (self-appointed busybodies!) Plus Billy Zane’s Valuable Diamond (c/o RMS Titanic). Live by the swan, fly by the swan.

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Bar opens 6:30 P.M.
Starts 7:30 P.M.
Advance £16.00

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Tickets available from the Marine (Mondays and Fridays only), Bridport Tourist Information centre, online here, & over the phone on 0333 666 3366

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The multi-award winning comedian presents his brand new show. Tired of the goose? Swan Power is here. Paul opens his beak and explores topics including Nanna on the rack, murdering Santas and interfering ambulance drivers (self-appointed busybodies!) Plus Billy Zane’s Valuable Diamond (c/o RMS Titanic). Live by the swan, fly by the swan.

“Like a rare exotic bird, he’s special”

The Daily Express

“Sublime, original, brilliant”

The Independent

Paul Foot has made numerous television and radio appearances, the most recent of which include “8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown” Channel 4, ABC Australia’s “Melbourne Gala”, “Breaking The News” BBC Radio Scotland and “Dave News” for Dave at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe.  In 2019 he also made a triumphant debut at Glastonbury and played the comedy tents of many of the most prestigious summer festivals.  Excerpts of his many much-loved appearances on “Never Mind The Buzzcocks” have garnered over a million views on YouTube.  A BBC New Comedy Award and Daily Telegraph Open Mic winner, he has been nominated twice for the Barry Award at The Melbourne Comedy Festival and has been voted Best of The Fest International and Best International Act at the Sydney and Perth Comedy Festivals respectively.

Age restriction 14+

“A wonderful ear for language and a talent for creating glorious spirals of absurdity out of the simplest of starting points”

The Guardian