Fans leave Irish comedian Dylan Moran’s show in New Zealand after he appeared on stage ‘drunk’, hits his microphone and throws things across the stage: ‘He was trolled’
Several people left Dylan Moran’s comedy show in New Zealand over the weekend after the famous Irish comedian appeared on stage “drunk”.
Moran, 51, kicked off his tour at the Isaac Theater Royal in Christchurch on Saturday.
Audience member Rebecca Mackle told Stuff.co.nz that Dylan was “incoherent” during the stand-up routine.
‘It was really disappointing. She was babbling and incoherent, and kept losing her train of thought. He would start a joke and lose his spot,” she said.
He seemed disconnected from his body. He dropped his microphone and tossed his jacket across the stage.
Several people left Dylan Moran’s comedy show in New Zealand over the weekend after the famous Irish comedian reportedly appeared on stage “drunk”.
She said that Dylan had told the crowd that he suffered a “relapse”.
“He told us that he had relapsed with his drink. After that, it wasn’t fun anymore. No one was laughing, just sad. He was drunk as a skunk,’ she said.
‘A lot of comedians are a bit messy. But he hadn’t just had a few drinks, he was in a cart.
Rebecca said that she and other members of the audience left early.
‘It was really disappointing. She was babbling and incoherent, and kept losing her train of thought. He would start a joke and lose his place,’ said a fan of the star. Here: London, 2007
Dylan, known for smoking and drinking onstage while performing his comedy routines, talked about giving up both on The Project in 2019.
‘It became a job. Honestly, that’s what it was. It was like marking the clock. Here we go (mimes opening a drink) I got bored, you know,” she said.
Daily Mail Australia contacted Dylan for comment.
Dylan is best known for his stand-up work and for appearing on the British sitcom Black Books.
Dylan, known for smoking a cigarette and drinking alcohol onstage while performing, talked about quitting both from The Project in 2019. Pictured.