Eddie Izzard Philadelphia Tickets
Britain’s famous stand-up comic, Eddie Izzard is returning to the US in 2014, and is bringing his newest show “Force Majeure”. The show will take place at Philadelphia where three performances are scheduled at the Forest Theatre. To catch this uproarious comedian live in your city as he makes a stop there during his upcoming US tour, get your hands on the Eddie Izzard Philadelphia tickets now. Izzard is well-known in the US for his cross-dressing comedy routines. He calls himself an executive transvestite. His unique style, unusual characters and rambling dialogues account for his hilarious stage presence. Do not miss out on catching his gigs as he reaches Philadelphia this year.
Catch the British Comedy Award winning stand-up artist live in Philadelphia as he stops by during his Force Majeure world tour. You can do so by getting the Eddie Izzard Philadelphia tickets beforehand. When he cross-dresses, Izzard’s make over is so real that you cannot tell he is a man, hence he has been referred to as the “Queen” of Comedy, whose outrageous humor and sheer comic genius will keep you glued till the end.
Apart from comedy, Izzard has also carved his niche as a brilliant actor and has appeared in a number of films as well as television series. Few of them are The Riches, The Cat’s Meow, Valkyrie, Mystery Men Cars 2 and Ocean’s Thirteen. His comic style is highly influenced by Monty Python, due to which he is sometimes referred to as the “Lost Python” by John Cleese. It’s through talents like mimicry and mimes that Izzard gets his audience laughing out loud.
In 2003, he was listed among the “Hundred Greatest British National Comedians” at number three. He is winner of two Emmy Awards and two British Comedy Awards. He has been active since 1982, and has been touring extensively since 1998, the year he took ‘Dressed to Kill” to San Francisco. “Force Majeure” is his latest touring show, which transcending national and language barriers, will take Izzard to 25 countries and five continents. Do not miss out his live show in Philadelphia, where he’ll perform at the Forest Theater.