A captivating comic with enormous mass appeal, Jimeoin has built a career across the UK and Australia, dancing lightly through absolute silliness and rock solid punchlines. We talk backstage after his barnstorming Edinburgh show about harnessing daftness, the creative benefits of sitting alone in a dark room and how easy it is to become a monster when you get your own TV show at 24 years old...
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Bristol – The Comedy Box at the Hen and Chicken
Aldershot – The West End Centre
Corsham – The Pound Arts Centre
Newcastle Stand (early show – 5pm)
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