James Acaster


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Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999

"On December 17th 2019, I, James Acaster, filmed my 2019 tour show COLD LASAGNE HATE MYSELF 1999 at EartH in Hackney. It was a show about the best year of my life (1999) and the worst year of my life (2017), I wore a very nifty jacket for it and I looked extremely cool.

But then in 2020 the entire world changed and the release of this show got heavily delayed. But now, on December 17th 2020 - exactly a year to the day since it was filmed - I will finally be premiering the recorded version of COLD LASAGNE HATE MYSELF 1999 via the medium of Live Streaming on DICE and I could not be happier.

I also couldn't be prouder of everyone who made the release and filming of this show possible, it's my favourite thing I've ever done and I owe them a lot (of thanks and also money).

The Live Stream will begin at 8pm UK time (GMT) but can be watched anywhere and will consist of an hour long first half, a twenty minute interval and an hour long second half just like we did every night on tour. Show contains no mention of lasagne. See you there!"

Please note: All live stream events are subject to change. Not all events listed are live performances by the artist - they also include archived concerts, DJ sets, masterclasses, Q&As and more.

James Acaster

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Effortlessly confident, James's appreciation for the whimsy and detail of everyday life are a breath of fresh air. His laid back style, playful wit and appetite for the unconventional make for an evening of mirth and hilarity, and a night in his company is a treat to behold. Since winning Laughing Boy New Act of the Year, James has gone from strength to strength appearing on Dave's One Night Stand, Russell Howard's Good News (BBC Three), Mock The Week (BBC Two) and releasing his own three part Netflix special in 2018. 'Curious, original, immensely enjoyable stuff' (The Daily Telegraph) 'Deliciously daft and no slouch in the surprises department... One of comedy’s most original voices' (Evening Standard) 'Reminiscent of Stewart Lee or Richard Herring but suffused with enough of his own personality to sound crisp and fresh' (The Independent) 'Stand-up of the highest most playful order' (The Guardian). James Acaster was placed in Ents24's top 10 hardest-working comedians 2016.

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