Two word texts, a nameless cat, blood where it shouldn’t be and a fashion show to die for. We are shaped both by our experiences and how we get through them. Come share in some of the stories that have made Daniel John Smith the human he now appears to be as he grapples with acceptance of himself, death, and a nice warm jacket.

Daniel John Smith has performed at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival (2016 Best Newcomer) and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his show Children and Other Mistakes. He was voted Best Comedian at the 2015 Wellington Comedy Awards and Big Dumb Cats will be his second solo comedy show.

St James Wine Vaults Gallery – Wed 30th May, Fri 1st June, Sat 2nd June – 7:00pm – £7 (£5 conc)

Daniel John Smith stands surrounded by a number of Cat-people, with a look on his face of mild confusion
Big Dumb Cats opens at Bath Fringe Festival on Wednesday 30th May
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