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Wednesday March 19th, 2014

Posted at 4:00pm

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Roughly two years after his last Windsor show, one of Scotland’s funniest is coming back for more.

Following his 2012 performance at the Chrysler Theatre, Scottish-Indian comedian Danny Bhoy is bringing his Dear Epson tour to Caesars’ Windsor. Making his audience laugh for almost 1.5 hours previously, it’s a safe bet he’ll do the same on Saturday, March 22nd.

A native of Moffat, Scotland, Bhoy has been doing stand-up for 14 years. With a large fan base in Australia, Scotland and Canada, he’s been the highlight of several comedy festivals, including Montreal’s Just For Laughs.

Winning the Daily Telegraph open mic award in ’99, Bhoy’s momentum continued into his first full-length solo stand-up show in 2001. Within his first week of performances at the Edinburgh Fringe festival, he sold-out his entire three-week stint and had to add extra shows to meet demand. Bhoy’s success led to his first solo-performance at the invite-only Melbourne Comedy Festival in 2003.

Since then, the comedian has toured the world and broke through to the United States. He was part of the first Las Vegas International Comedy Festival in 2005, featured on Comedy Central, Canada’s Comedy Network and on The Late Show with David Letterman in 2010.

Having built up so many experiences, Bhoy has channeled them into his routine. Using his observational humour to cover subjects ranging from geckos in an Australian hotel room to calling for his mom during a blackout, anything is possible. No matter what unique subject gets covered however, the comedian also knows how to connect with his audience. As evidenced on his last Canadian tour (called Wanderlust,) Bhoy loves seeing the world… and poking fun at it.

Tickets start at $20 and can be purchased online or at the Caesars Windsor box office. The March 22nd show starts at 9pm and fans can follow Bhoy on facebook, twitter or his website.

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