Danny Ward

Since November 2008 Danny Ward has been travelling Great Britain, often in his T reg Polo, sometimes on the coach, entertaining audiences with his unique style of observational humour.  

A self proclaimed tataholic, Danny Ward is on a mission to spread the lesson he refuses to learn – when you try and do things on the cheap, it ends up costing you more.  With a delivery that is up-beat and well honed, his easy-going style is both endearing and very funny.

He has gigged extensively across the UK including comedy venues such as The Glee Clubs, Jongleurs, The Highlight, Just The Tonic, Baby Blue, Komedia, the Bearcat and Downstairs At The Kings Head.

He has also performed in Northern Ireland at the Belfast Empire, as well as in Germany, Tenerife, Maastricht and Croatia.

Danny was a finalist in the Amused Moose New Act Competition in 2009 and for the last three years has hosted many of the London heats of So You Think You’re Funny , as well as the Reading New Act Competition Finals in 2009 and 2010.  

Edinburgh:   In 2010 he performed “Danny Ward + 1” as part of the PBH Free Fringe to critical acclaim:  "If there is better stand up elsewhere for free then I want to know about it, because it really would have to be world class to top this show” (Three Weeks, 4 stars, Edinburgh Festival Aug 2010)

In 2011 he starred in the prestigious Bound & Gagged produced AAA Late Show in the Pleasance Courtyard.  He will return to the Edinburgh Festival in 2013 with his hotly anticipated debut solo show.

Press: "Danny Ward clicked with the capacity crowd immediately and his brilliantly-timed, slightly manic approach was bolstered by some really tight, strong material.  His often hilarious riffs on everyday shopping at discount stores created a thread that worked brilliantly throughout, with a killer ending".  (Bournemouth Echo, Oct 2010)

“It was the night’s headliner Danny Ward who stole the show....he had those of us who have ever experienced the joys of a pop up tent in tears...and finished the show off on a real high”.            (Exeter Gazette, March 2012)