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Sam Brady is a writer and comedian who creates one man shows that are funny, intelligent, heart-warming and thought-provoking.
Sam has developed his own uplifting brand of stand-up comedy that looks at life's big questions. His shows make people laugh and leave them feeling inspired and positive.
Sam cut his teeth on the UK stand-up circuit where he still performs regularly, as well as touring his one man shows and playing comedy festivals.
One Man Shows:
2011 Meditation Ruined My Life
2012 Sam Brady and The Eight Worldly Winds
"With this naturally funny and charismatic man, there wasn’t one moment of this show that felt contrived or forced. We heard hilarious (and some quite poignant) anecdotes that drove home his point that even though humans are flawed, the little acts of kindness really do make a difference... Emotional and uplifting." Three Weeks
"As he relates his struggle to be consistently kind, Brady reveals the truth of human nature: that it is possible to be grumpy and fussy but also to have moments of true kindness… This is life presented in its true form with highs and lows and much self-deprecating laughter throughout… Go see for yourself and maybe feel a little less cynical about life." Broadway Baby
“a must see and a triumph” manchestersfinest.com
“Left his audience exhausted with laughter, enthralled by his story and moved by its
"Refreshingly upbeat in a world of cynical stand-ups. A gem." Jason Cook, creator of Hebburn, BBC TV.
What the punters said:
"Your show was excellent ... everything you said in your show really spoke to me... I had tears in my eyes both from laughing and from emotion. Well done and I honestly hope you go far."
"What a fantastic show. We are all still laughing and taking it all in even though we are no longer at the Fringe... We have recommended your show to others already."
"Definitely one of my highlights of the Fringe. So upliftingly funny!"
Winner, Forever Manchester Award 2011