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  • David Cross

    Nov 10, 2018

  • Gabriel Iglesias

    Nov 10, 2018

  • St. Vincent

    Nov 20, 2018

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David Cross

BAM Gilman Opera House

November 10, 2018

Many know him as the kooky never-nude Tobias Funke from the cult classic show Arrested Development, or as the titular character in black comedy The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, but David Cross cultivated his humour as a young stand-up in New York in the 80s before setting down roots as a TV star. The comedian steps back into the spotlight with his "Oh Come On" tour which he's promised to be an hour of "hi-jinx and tom foolery".

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Gabriel Iglesias

BAM Gilman Opera House

November 10, 2018

A now iconic stand-up known for his bold Hawaiian print shirts and larger-than-life personality, Iglesias' comedic style combines his talent for story telling with voicing characters and brilliantly realistic sound effects. Throw into the mix his cross-cultural and clean-spoken style of comedy, and you have a rare gem who has far-reaching appeal for family audiences too. This is one guy who's guaranteed to have the whole family crying with laughter!

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St. Vincent

BAM Harvey Lichtenstein Theater

November 20, 2018

Three years after her robotically pulsating self-titled album, St. Vincent returns to the fold with her fifth effort, and this accompanying Fear the Future Tour. One of the indie world most recognisable and respected figures, multi-instrumentalist St. Vincent (real name Annie Clark) carries on the legacy of heroes David Bowie and David Byrne by bringing together melodious pop and avant-garde experimentation.

BAM - Brooklyn Academy of Music

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30 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217

One of the New York area's most important entertainment and arts venues, BAM provides a focus on avant-garde performance art and progressive dance for both the local community and those from further afield. Over 550,000 pass through its doors annually, no mean feat from having opened in 1861 and beginning performances in its present location in 1908.

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