Vegan comedian on UK tour

Here is some exciting news that will brighten your pedestrian start to the week.

US Comedian Jamie Kilstein is gracing the UK with his irreverent presence this month during a live stand up tour that will make stops in London, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester and Edinburgh.

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Jamie is well-known for his political comedy podcast Citizen Radio that he runs out of his Brooklyn apartment with his partner Allison Kilkenny. He has been featured as a comedian on many cable and TV shows including Conan O’Brien and these UK gigs come hot on the heels of two wildly successful shows in Seattle and Portland.

He is a funny person and many people love him for his social justice-charged brand of comedy, but you are probably wondering why a chubby, queer, food-obsessed blogger is hipping you to this news on a vegan blog.

Not only is Jamie Kilstein a progressive comedian resisting oppression of people, he is also a fierce advocate for non-human animals as a longtime vegan. Check out this excerpt about being vegan from one of his shows before checking below for dates and ticket details for the upcoming UK tour.

Be quick. Jamie is truly a sensation and tickets are already moving swiftly.

Jamie Kilstein UK Tour 2013

LONDON Soho Theatre 18th February 2013, 9:15pm TICKETS

LONDON Soho Theatre 19th February 2013, 9:15pm TICKETS

LONDON Soho Theatre 20th February 2013, 9:15pm TICKETS

LONDON Soho Theatre 21st February 2013, 9:15pm TICKETS

LONDON Soho Theatre 22nd February 2013, 9:15pm TICKETS

LONDON Soho Theatre 23rd February 2013, 9:15pm TICKETS

GLASGOW The Stand Comedy Club 24th February 2013, 8:30pm TICKETS

NEWCASTLE The Stand Comedy Club 25th February 2013, 8:30pm TICKETS

MANCHESTER XS Malarkey 26th February 2013, 8:30pm TICKETS

EDINBURGH The Stand Comedy Club 27th February 2013, 8:30pm TICKETS

The links above will allow you to buy tickets from the venues. Tickets are also available online via AEG Live and See Tickets.

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