Glenn Wool archiveGlenn began his comedy career in his hometown of Vancouver in 1995. He moved to London in 1998 and quickly became one of the rising stars of the London and international comedy circuit having performed in Australia, New Zealand, The USA, South Africa, Switzerland, France, Croatia and Arabia. Glenn was nominated for Best International Stand Up at The New Zealand Comedy Awards and Best Headliner at the Chortle Awards.

Performers Glenn Wool.

Archive listings for Glenn Wool

Work type: Comedy.

Wool's Gold II - T1321662262

28 Apr 19Arts Centre, Colchester :: V1044
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25 Apr 19Stafford Gatehouse Theatre, Stafford :: V120
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24 Apr 19West End Centre, Aldershot :: V762
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12 Apr 19Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674
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5 Apr 19Swindon Arts Centre, Swindon :: V927
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26 Mar 19 to 30 Mar 19Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035
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21 Mar 19The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
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16 Mar 19Cambridge Junction, Cambridge :: V23
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9 Mar 19Artrix, Bromsgrove :: V073680848
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8 Mar 19Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431
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7 Mar 19Arts Centre, Norwich :: V73
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2 Mar 19Brindley Arts Centre, Runcorn :: V1448285374
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28 Feb 19Brighton Komedia, Brighton :: V654
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22 Feb 19Hazlitt Arts Centre, Maidstone :: V683
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14 Feb 19Pontardawe Arts Centre, Swansea :: V991
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T0441988253 (INNGEN16)

22 Jul 16General, Inner London :: V1231
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Edinburgh Comedy Preview - T362504497

A work-in-progress show
21 Jul 15Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
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This Road Has Tolls - T1348739716

"Another year, another lap around the world for this tetherless vagabond. When people ask me what it's like, living a life on the road, I tell them, it's a wonderful way to spend your mid-20s, while my driver's license ruefully reminds me that I'm in my late 30s. I don't regret my decisions but I will say that even Google Maps will warn you, when you type my average year's travel into their engine, that This Road has Tolls." A whole bunch of fresh tales from this comedic nomad as he continues to be a truly international comedian are guaranteed to be hilarious and leave you looking at your own travel experiences in a whole new light.
17 Nov 14Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035
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31 Jul 13 to 26 Aug 13Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh :: V01847651945
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Preview - T01956235615

Canadian cult comedian ('Edgy, imaginative, funny and original' Daily Telegraph) Glenn Wool shares his favourite jokes from a 20 year career spread across 5 continents.
25 Jul 14Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
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The Jokes I'm Most Fond of... - T01032229322

Glenn wants to share his favourites with you, which he'll choose each night from the vast collection in this brand new (old) show called "The jokes I'm most fond of". Please join him on the journey.
2 May 14Y Theatre, Leicester :: V118516820
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T01123026047 (TOUR13)

9 Jul 13Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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No Lands Man - T0735878209

Picture this. The year is 2008. A delighted Wool has been nominated for the Chortle 'Best Headliner' award along with Jim Jefferies, Michael McIntyre, and Rhod Gilbert. Drunkenly crawling off a flight from Shanghai, he goes directly to the ceremony and loses.... to Michael McIntyre. After spending all night at the bar and vomiting on the bar, the floor, the walls and the stairs of the beautiful function space, Glenn decides he’s had enough. Literally and spiritually he goes home. Back in North America he stops drinking and starts again, then stops again, ad nauseum. Who knows where Glenn would be if he'd stayed in the UK with those other fairly successful chaps from that nominee list? Impossible to know. However, what we do know is where he’s been after that. For the last three years Glenn has been travelling the world from Ireland to Australia, via India, NZ, Singapore, HK, China, Holland, Dubai, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, America, Canada, Indonesia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Malaysia, cracking jokes, getting in scrapes with Indonesian customs officers, watching beavers, seeing ufos in Manhattan, visiting the Creation Museum in Kentucky and everything in between. A pioneer of the world circuit and with no fixed abode, this show will let you peep through the window into a life jam packed with experiences, distilled to perfection and poured into a laughter packed hour of straight up honest stand up comedy.
30 Jan 12Playhouse, Norwich :: V69
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27 Jan 12 to 28 Jan 12Leicester Square Theatre, Inner London :: V0148424484
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3 Aug 11 to 29 Aug 11Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh :: V01847651945
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Let Your Hands Go - T0737601919

Late at night Glenn is drunk, alone, in his north London flat when the call from his ex girlfriend comes in. She’s drunk and lonely too. He knows he shouldn’t. They’ve broken up and he’s leaving for L.A. in a month. Once more for old time’s sake? Now he waits for an inordinate amount of time wondering where she went. Is this a joke? Why would someone call then not come? In the last year Glenn has travelled the world more extensively than ever before. From meaningless sex with audience members, to helping mother with chores at Christmas time in the frosty climbs of Canada. There has been quite a duality to Glenn’s behaviour. These episodes and everything betwixt is covered in this journey of modern day heterosexuality. All the feelings one feels between the late night call for sex and the subsequent arrival in an honest, frank but never less than brilliant and hilarious account of this strangest of years for him.
7 Aug 09 to 31 Aug 09The Fringe Office, Edinburgh :: V1059
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29 Jul 09Leicester Square Theatre, Inner London :: V0148424484
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Goodbye Scars - T01177229318

goodbye angel, goodbye star- goodbye feathers, goodbye scars - good buy feeling, good buy wars - good buy sweaters, good buy stores. 2008 has been an interesting year for Glenn and he chronicles in this brilliant, funny and touching new show what’s happened to him over the last twelve months in an honest, frank, but always funny account of his most difficult yet at times most exhilarating year.Producer Brett Vincent.
31 Jul 08 to 24 Aug 08The Fringe Office, Edinburgh :: V1059
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26 Jul 08Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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24 Jul 08Brighton Komedia, Brighton :: V654
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16 Jul 08Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99
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14 Jul 08The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
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Promises Promises - T913121161

Promises Promises....Everyone makes them, no one keeps them. Wool will talk about them for an hour - or will he? In Promises Promises Glenn examines his true identity. He promised to always remain Canadian, but after ten years of living abroad is he English? Or is he Canaglish or Engaydian? Glenn has promised to pay his mortgage on time, he’s promised to learn to drink like an adult and he undertook the biggest promise of them all - he got married.
2 Aug 07 to 26 Aug 07The Fringe Office, Edinburgh :: V1059
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You Don't Go to Hell for Eating Elephants - T1572814233

You Don't Go to Hell for Eating Elephants is a show, which with bold moves is sure to revolutionize comedy. Glenn will forgo the use of a laptop or a projector and allow the audience to make the images of what he's talking about Inside Their Own Heads! It's a show about the location of hell. Is it spiritual, mental or physical? Does it have a capital, should it be capitalized, and does it involve capitalism? All these questions asked and more.
6 Dec 06 to 9 Dec 06Pleasance, Inner London :: V276
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3 Aug 06 to 28 Aug 06The Tron, Glasgow :: V622
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Relax - T1844445763

4 Aug 04 to 29 Aug 04Pod Deco, Edinburgh :: V1761505785
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Other listings

18 May 18The Glee Club Birmingham, Birmingham :: V0170352899
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16 Jul 11Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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6 Jun 06Canal Cafe Theatre, Bridge House Pub, Inner London :: V177
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