Jim Jefferies is returning to his stand-up roots in 2020. The comedian and TV star has announced a new tour, simply titled Oblivious and makes a stop in Hamilton on May 15th at FirstOntario Concert Hall.
It’s an exciting time for Jefferies, who ended his Comedy Central show “The Jim Jefferies Show” and is developing a new sitcom loosely based on his life for NBC. He’s also wrapping up his The Night Talker Tour with select international dates through December.
But as one project ends, another begins, and he’s bringing his razor-sharp takes on everything from politics to pop culture back to live audiences around the United States next year. If you’ve enjoyed his TV takes on mental health care, the poor state of U.S. chocolate, or why he doesn’t care about standing ovations, you’ll get an even bigger laugh out of seeing him tackle such a wide variety of topics live.
Jefferies never pulls any punches with his comedy, and he’s a master at finding topics that other people aren’t talking about. His live shows are genuinely new material, often pulling humor out of places the audience has never expected and doing it in charmingly cynical style. Make sure to make a date with Jim Jefferies as he gets back out on the road, because he’s got a lot to say and you’ll want to hear all of it.