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Sun 2 June

Emmanuel Sonubi: CV

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Phil McIntyre Live Ltd In Association with GetComedy proudly presents

Emmanuel Sonubi: Curriculum Vitae

Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee: Best Newcomer 2022

Next Up Comedy Award: Best Show Nominee 2022

 

Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Emmanuel Sonubi presents a whistle stop tour through the jobs that have led him to become one of the hottest stand-ups on the circuit in the brand-new show, Curriculum Vitae.

Emmanuel will take the audience on a hilarious and sometimes poignant journey that explores the professions that he’s had prior to becoming a comedian, discussing how those experiences helped shape his comedic voice. From working in IT to the doors of London’s nightlife whilst building up an impressive list of musical theatre credits.

As see on, QI (BBC), Alan Davies As Yet Untitled (Dave), Rhod Gilberts Growing Pains (Comedy Central), Apprentice ‘You’re Fired’ (BBC), Pointless Celebrities (BBC) and headlining Live at the Apollo (BBC).

Emmanuel said today, “I’m thrilled to be back on tour in the UK with ‘Curriculum Vitae’. Last year’s tour was an amazing experience and selling out most of the shows was incredible! Writing this new show has been a lot more fun than writing an actual CV and, I get to be honest”.

London based Emmanuel Sonubi’s career in comedy started only a few years ago and quickly grew from strength to strength earning himself a reputation as “one to watch out for”. A regular favourite on the comedy circuit, he is one of the most sought-after acts working today. Emmanuel’s credits continue to grow as does his popularity.

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Hobbies include rugby, long walks, the gym and musical theatre.

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Reviews

“The bloke has got funny bones”

Romesh Ranganathan

“Side-splittingly funny. Roaring laughs”

Independent

“Big laughs, engaging tales, you’re seduced by the easy authority of his storytelling”

The Guardian