British Comedian Jimmy Carr to Perform in Tallinn ({{commentsTotal}})

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Jimmy Carr will perform in Tallinn on Monday, November 10 as part of his “Gagging Order” tour.

Carr, not to be confused with another British comedian, Alan Carr, will perform a stand-up routine at the Nordea Concert Hall, formerly the Nokia Concert Hall.

The performer has sold over a million DVDs and hosted countless TV shows, Comedy Estonia, which is organizing the event, said.

"He's as probably as big as they get in England," Louis Zezeran, co-founder of Comedy Estonia, told ERR News. "He burst on the scene about 2000; that's when he started getting a lot of attention paid to him."

"He's very witty, very biting, short and sharp with his jokes. He's known for his one-liners."

Comedy Estonia has brought comedians such as Dylan Moran, Eddie Izzard and Bill Bailey to the nation's stages. Carr will perform on November 9 in Helsinki.



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