WESTBETH ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS
SOLD OUT: Dylan Moran: yeah, yeah
3017 SE Milwaukie Ave.
Portland, OR, 97202
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
Watch & Listen
Dylan Moran - The star & co-writer of cult TV comedy Black Books lives up to his reputation as one of the top names in British comedy!
Expect A Master Class In Comedy!
Receiving rave reviews, Off The Hook, is a hilarious glimpse in to Moran’s unique take on love, politics, misery and the everyday absurdities of life all delivered with poetical panache.
“The greatest comedian, living or dead,” Le Monde
Regarded internationally as the premier comedian of his generation, Moran’s searing observations and sumptuous imagery, painted across a large fraying canvas with curmudgeonly "Moranesque" brush strokes - all delivered with Dylan's renowned, shambolic charm……
“Go enjoy the reflections of one of the masters of stand-up comedy. The star of "Black Book", Shaun of the Dead, never fails to deliver with his shambolic charm and curmudgeonly manner.” Time Out London
"Irish comedian Dylan Moran is a huge hit in his native UK, notably for his brilliant role as a cantankerous and drunk, yet lovable book shop owner in the series "Black Books" His live stand-up is where he's really making his name now though— consider yourself lucky and don't miss your chance to see one of the funniest comics on either side of the pond.” SF Bay Guardian
“Known for his deadpan delivery, misanthropic tendencies and the unkempt black hair that seems to serve as an emblem for how little of a shit he gives. Moran’s observational comedy is some of the cleverest around, tossed off with a winning casualness. Moran isn’t huge here yet—but you may recognize him from the cult sitcom Black Books.” Time Out NY
“He’s glorious - with his keen intelligence and perfectly worded witticisms he'll have you clutching your sides, begging for more” LA Weekly
“Moran’s thoughtful, debonair and erudite, ambivalent and mildly embarrassed by all the attention. His comedy has the rambling feel of a free-associated yarn, but there’s a sturdy structure that keeps him moving from topic to topic. There’s more on his mind than laughs, or at least, that’s the image he projects before the punch lines fly.” NY Times