A stand-up poetry show about dead rabbits, chocolate and nostalgia.
Multi-award winning performance poet and comedian Bróccán Tyzack-Carlin presents a semi-coherent exploration of nothing, in particular, using some words that rhyme and some more that don’t. Blending surreal humour with storytelling and spoken word, ‘Don’t Bother’ is a unique hour of comedy that is not to be missed.
Bróccán is the winner of the Manchester Slam 2018 and the Huddersfield Literature Festival Slam 2019. He was runner up in the Manchester Champion of Champions Slam and a Hammer and Tongue National Finalist 2019.
Previous performances include: Edinburgh Fringe, Brighton Fringe, Leicester Comedy Festival, Kendall Calling and the Royal Albert Hall.
WINNER – Saboteur Award for Best Spoken Word Show
NOMINEE- Saboteur Award for Best Spoken Word Performer
NOMINEE – Greater Manchester Fringe Best Comedy Show
NOMINEE –Greater Manchester Fringe Best Spoken Word Show
NOMINEE – Greater Manchester Fringe Best Newcomer.
“☆☆☆☆☆ “At the top of his game” – Bunbury Magazine
☆☆☆☆ “Some might suggest Bróccán’s a star in the making, I’d suggest he’s fully formed.” – Broadway Baby
“One of the most hotly tipped performers in the country” – Punk in Drublic
“A magnetic performer with excellent comic timing” – Review Number 9
“An hour of pure joy” – Dominic Berry, Glastonbury Festival Poet in Residence