Tickets on sale tomorrow for Daniel Sloss’ visit to Bristol in 2024

Tickets on sale tomorrow for Daniel Sloss’ visit to Bristol in 2024

Posted on: 18 May 2023

February 2024, will see world-famous Scottish comedian Daniel Sloss bring his new tour, ‘Can’t’, to Bristol Beacon in a show that is sure to sell out at lightning speed.


Daniel Sloss will perform ‘Can’t’ at Bristol Beacon’s Beacon Hall on Sunday 4 February 2024.


The international comedy superstar has sold out massive venues all over the world, broken Edinburgh Fringe box office records and is responsible for some of the biggest global comedy shows in the world (‘HUBRIS’ and ‘X’). Now, Sloss is preparing to take to the road once more with a brand-new offering.


Tickets for Daniel Sloss’ Bristol show go on sale tomorrow, Friday 19 May 2023.





Award-winning comedian Daniel Sloss has fast become one of stand-up’s biggest global talents. To date, he has performed 13 solo shows and was the biggest-selling comedian worldwide in 2021 with his massive global tours taking him to a stunning 54 countries so far.


The Scottish comedian’s tenth solo show, ‘X’, received widespread acclaim during its record-breaking run and was filmed by HBO, becoming the first special to debut on the big screen nationally. In 2020, ‘HUBRIS’ became the biggest touring solo comedy show of the year.


Now back with his twelfth live show ‘Can’t’, Sloss is once more utilising his daring, divisive and cheeky style to cover topics including his scientist mother, the death of Queen Liz, the horrors of childbirth and being a new parent – many of these not in the way you would expect.


As well as Bristol, Daniel Sloss’ worldwide tour of ‘Can’t’ will see the comedian play UK and Irish venues in Glasgow, Dublin, London, Sheffield, Lincoln, Colchester, Leicester, Manchester, Birmingham, Cambridge, Brighton, Nottingham, and Newcastle. Find out more on the tour page.



Daniel Sloss brings his brand-new show ‘Can’t’ to Bristol Beacon on Sunday 4 February 2024 with tickets going on general sale this Friday 19 May 2023. Grab yours HERE.

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Stanley Gray

Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and he spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city, immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturdays are spent watching his team both home and away.