Eddie Izzard – The Remix is a chance for Eddie, inspired by her ever loyal audiences to remix and re-imagine some of her own favorite, personal comedy highlights.
Eddie’s 35 years of sell- out comedy shows stretch from “The Ambassadors” in 1993 to “Wunderbar” in 2019
Ever wondered what became of Darth Vader and Mr Stevens or the monkey in the tree, did the pears ever ripen… and will God ever appear? It’s a glorious chance to ‘maybe’ find out the answers or discover more questions to those Izzard conundrums. It’s highly likely that no night will be exactly the same so as ever with Eddie, expect the unexpected.
“In the first 35 years of my standup career I came up with many weird and crazy comedy stories. The ones I like the best will be in my 2023 live Remix Tour.“ Eddie Izzard
This show promises to be a beautiful, hilarious journey spanning a 35 year career of talking thought provoking, nonsense, who could resist?
Mon and Tue at 20:00
Age guidance This show may contain strong and imaginative language.
View All Shows at Theatre Royal Brighton
New Road, Brighton, BN1 1SD
Eddie Izzard (born Edward John Izzard on 7 February 1962) is a British stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. She is known for her surreal and digressive stand-up comedy, which often involves cross-dressing. Izzard has also appeared in films and television shows, including Ocean’s Twelve, The Riches, and Doctor Who.
Izzard was born in Aden, Yemen, to British parents. She moved to the UK with her family when she was five years old. Izzard began performing stand-up comedy in the early 1980s, and her first solo show, Dress to Kill, was released in 1993. Izzard has since released 11 more solo shows, and her comedy has been praised for its intelligence, wit, and originality.
In addition to her comedy career, Izzard has also starred in several films and television shows. She made her film debut in 1996’s The Secret Agent, and has since appeared in films such as Ocean’s Twelve, The Riches, and Doctor Who. Izzard has also starred in the television series Believe, and has hosted the BBC documentary series Eddie Izzard: The Stand-Up Philosopher.
Izzard is a vocal supporter of the Labour Party, and has twice run unsuccessfully for the party’s National Executive Committee. In 2018, Izzard came out as transgender and announced that she would be using the pronouns “she” and “her.” Izzard has been praised for her honesty and bravery in coming out, and she has become a role model for transgender people around the world.
Here are some of Eddie Izzard’s most notable achievements:
Won the Perrier Award for Best Stand-up Comedian in 1993
Won the British Comedy Award for Best Stand-up Comedian in 1993 and 1994
Nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Television Series for her role in The Riches
Nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for her role in Doctor Who
Came out as transgender in 2018
Became the first openly transgender person to star in a major Hollywood film with her role in The Lego Batman Movie in 2017
Eddie Izzard is a talented and accomplished comedian, actor, and activist. She is an inspiration to many people around the world, and her work has helped to change the way that transgender people are perceived.
Here are some additional facts about Eddie Izzard:
She is a fluent French speaker.
She is a keen runner and has run several marathons.
She is a trained stuntwoman.
She is a vegan.
She is a patron of several charities, including Stonewall and the Albert Kennedy Trust.
Izzard is a truly unique and talented individual, and she is an inspiration to us all