‘Please stay safe’: Comedian Daniel Sloss cancels his stand-up shows in Australia due to COVID-19 – as he shares a hilarious video about working from home with his girlfriend
Netflix comedian Daniel Sloss was due to play 21 shows in Australia in April and May.
But due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Scottish comic announced on Thursday that the shows had been postponed indefinitely.
Daniel, 29, wrote on Twitter: ‘Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, venue closures and the obvious need for people to stay safe, the Australian tour has been postponed.’
‘Please stay safe’: Netflix comedian Daniel Sloss (pictured) cancels his stand-up shows in Australia due to COVID-19 – as he posts a hilarious video about working from home with his girlfriend
Her added: ‘Thanks again for your support for live comedy – please stay safe will post more news about the rescheduled Australian dates just as soon as possible.’
Daniel said he was working to reschedule the shows and new dates would be announced as soon as possible.
Ticket holders can either keep their tickets for the new dates or obtain a full refund.
Daniel’s Australian tour included shows at the Melbourne and Sydney Comedy Festivals, which have both been cancelled due to the virus.
Looking out for his fans: Daniel said he will reschedule the shows and new dates will be announced ASAP. Ticket holders can keep tickets for the new dates or get a refund
On Wednesday, the comedian posted a hilarious update to Instagram about working from with his girlfriend.
‘It’s day something of quarantine and my girlfriend has to work from home because otherwise she’ll die,’ he said in the clip.
‘And it’s very nerve racking because now she sees how f***ing lazy I am during the day. I had to hide under the pretence that “Oh no, I’ll work, probably wake up around 8 or 8:30 and I’ll just do some writing, go to the gym”.
‘And now she’s here, I’ve got to do some writing and go to the gym and it’s f***ing s***e. I’ve got to hike to masturbate!’
Daniel’s girlfriend can be heard in the background chuckling at the joke.
Joker! On Wednesday, the comedian posted a hilarious update to Instagram about being stuck working from home with his girlfriend, who can be heard laughing in the background
Crushing it: The Scottish comedian has two hour-long comedy specials on Netflix and his most recent special ‘X’ is on HBO. Pictured with Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi (left)
‘Do you know how many time I’ve told this woman that the reason I couldn’t do the washing up was that I’m busy all day? That’s gone! Can’t lie about that anymore’ he continued.
‘She comes back I’m like “I’ve been busy all day, can you make my dinner? I couldn’t”. But – gone! I hate this disease, more than anyone, I would say.’
The Scottish comedian has two hour-long comedy specials on Netflix and his most recent special ‘X’ is on HBO.
In Australia, indoor gatherings of more than 100 people have been banned, which has caused many comedy and live music gigs to be cancelled.
So far, 596 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Australia and six have died from the virus.
The current situation: So far, 596 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Australia and six have died from the virus