Eddie Izzard New York Tickets
English stand-up comedian and actor, Eddie Izzard is internationally known and loved for his Pythonesque and surreal humor. For more than two decades he has been entertaining his countless fans worldwide and is currently on his Force Majeure world tour. As part of this trek, he will be visiting 32 US cities in spring and is expected to extend the dates. Called the most extensive comedy tour ever, it kick started in March 2013 and has taken the comedian to Europe, Canada, UK, Russia, Africa and India. In his upcoming shows in the US, he will also be coming to New York and take the live stage at the Beacon Theatre. Although the performances are scheduled to take place in May, Eddie Izzard New York tickets are selling in advance.
The international superstar, Eddie Izzard is not just an acclaimed comedian but also a talented actor and writer. With an aim to extend his list of credentials, he recently announced that he will be running for London Mayor in the 2020 elections. The announcement was received with a lot of support from his ardent fans, who believe that Eddie will do justice to the position. Currently the artist is on the most extensive comedy tour ever and wrapped up successful performances in Germany. The world tour, Force Majeure will also bring the comedian to the US as he has released multiple dates and will be performing in 32 cities. At the Beacon Theatre in NY he will be entertaining the audiences on four dates, Eddie Izzard New York tickets for which are in great demand.
Among the most eminent comedians of his generation, Eddie Izzard is lauded for his unique, absurd and surreal humor. His witty and creative comic narratives have earned him many honors which include two Emmy Awards for “Dress to Kill”, a Drama Desk Award and a nomination at the Olivier Awards for “Outstanding Achievement”. He was twice named the “Top Stand-Up Comedian” at the British Comedy Awards. On numerous occasions Eddie Izzard has sold out arenas in different countries and in the US, conducted sold out shows at the Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall. He might set a record at Beacon Theatre this time, so buy your tickets in advance.