Owing to a last-minute change in circumstances Rod is not able to fulfill his engagement at the Tivoli Theatre. Please accept our sincere apologies and we hope we can re-arrange a date in the near future.
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ROD WOODWARD – I’m not being funny but…….
Award-winning Welsh comedian Rod Woodward takes to the road again in Spring following his invitation to repeat his barnstorming performance at the Royal Variety Performance 2018.
Named Best Newcomer Variety and winner of BBC’s Funny Business, it promises to be an unforgettable fun-filled evening of laughter with one of the country’s fastest rising comedians.
Rod is the son of eminent Welsh sports writer Karl Woodward, who was the longest serving journalist for the National newspaper of Wales, The Western Mail. He had planned to follow his Dad and take up a career in the media but, when offered a job as a studio audience warm up man at HTV Wales, took a year out from university to pursue his childhood ambition of becoming a professional comedian. The rest is Geography!
Soon after, he was being tipped for the comedy premiership by such luminaries as Peter Kay, Barry Cryer and the late Bob Monkhouse after winning the Best Newcomer To Variety Award.
Having performed a successful 28 night run at the Edinburgh Fringe and supported Paddy McGuinness and Russell Brand on tour, he appeared at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas ahead of Joe Calzaghe’s super fight with Bernard Hopkins and to celebrate Cardiff City reaching the FA Cup final, Rod wrote and performed comedy song ‘Do The Ayatollah’ backed by more than 100 Bluebirds fans. Set to the tune of the Macarena, it was a You Tube sensation and was featured on network radio and television shows, including Soccer AM and GMTV.
More recently he was invited to host Max Boyce’s 50th Anniversary Celebration at the Wales Millennium Centre and appear on a St. David’s Day television special for BBC Wales.
The highlight of Rod’s career was being invited to perform at the London Palladium before William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, on the Royal Variety.
His barnstorming performance led to an invite to return to the iconic theatre to appear on ITV’s hit show Tonight At The London Palladium where he once again brought the house down. This was followed by a successful debut solo tour.
‘We all love Rod Woodward!’ Michael McIntyre
‘A young Dave Allen’ Peter Kay
‘Just plain laugh-out-loud funniness’ Edinburgh Evening News