(ABOUT TIN - SLOVENIAN VERSION - CLICK HERE)
Since his debut in 2006, Tin Vodopivec has performed all over the world in 12 countries - in three different languages. He had his first international gig in 2010 at the Leicester comedy festival and has since performed all around the UK, doing gigs in Birmingham, Kent, Bath, Bournemouth. In 2011 he became the first Balkan comedian to be invited to perform at the London's Comedy Store.
Tin has also performed in Los Angeles, Paris, Vienna, Warsaw, Budapest, Belgrade, Zagreb, Skopje and all around the Balkans. In 2008 he won the first Slovenian comedy competition called »Last comic standing« and also won smaller competitions in London, Warsaw and at the Lent festival in Slovenia. Tin is the co-founder of Ljubljana comedy festival, which quickly became one of the biggest festivals in the region. In 2011 Tin hosted the Miss Slovenia pageant.
Tin played his second one-man show Replika in Cankarjev dom venue in Ljubljana to full rooms six nights in a row in November 2012. In March 2013 Tin opened for Eddie Izzard at his gigs in Slovenia and Croatia as part of his world tour Force Majeure.
From September till December 2013 for a full season of 14 episodes, Tin was the host of a weekly stand-up comedy TV series broadcasted on Slovenian national television Planet TV. In November 2013 he was invited to particapate at the 34th Annual Seattle Comedy Compatition as the only European comedian.
Tin's third solo comedy show Desert (transl. Dessert) premiered on October 6th 2014 with rave reviews. On August 17th 2015 Tin released his comedy special "Ozbiljne gluposti" (Serious Nonsense) shot in Zagreb on Youtube. In 2015 Tin was part of the first worldwide JokeNation comedy competition and finished amongst Top8 comedians in Europe.
At the moment Tin is touring Slovenia with his new show "Staro za novo," together with one of the pioneers of Slovenian comedy, 60 years old comedian, actor, director Boris Kobal. They premiered the show at the Opera in Ljubljana and by April they've done more than 40 shows.
Others about Tin
»Tin Vodopivec really hits his stride: engagingly self-deprecating, he turns in some nicely honed, observational gags...« (Venue.co.uk)
"...astute observations about Slovenian and Croatian language, football referees and his sport-ignorant girlfriend. Even when on well-trodden territory such as drunkenly going on the pull, the punchline was nicely put." (Steve Bennett, Chortle)
"Tin Vodopivec was the star of the show" (biggest Slovenian newspaper Zurnal reviewing Viktorji – media awards ceremony)
"Very good - he is so right in many ways. The gags are good; he is able to tell stories using different voices and his personality is so strong. And to think he is doing this as English as a second language." (Cheeky Monkey Comedy Club Birmingham)