Pat Shortt - Selfie
The irrepressible Pat Shortt is back with a new show. An entertaining throwback similar to that of the days of D’Unbelievables! In a quirky and humorous way Pat brings us on a journey with his new character Mossey Burke and the chaos that can happen around an Irish funeral that any and all can relate to. Through laughs and punch-lines and hilarious one-liners Pat performs a myriad of truly Irish comedic scenarios that no matter what part of the country you are from you will have seen or heard of first hand!
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"Sheer Talent." Irish Echo, Sydney
"This show is dangerously funny." onstageblog.com, New York
"Well crafted characters ... an overall sense of inclusive mischief!" stagebuddy.com, New York
David O’Doherty Live 2016
We Are All in the Gutter, But Some of Us Are Looking at David O'Doherty
David O’Doherty, the Lidl Enya, the broken Bublé, is delighted to present a new hour of talking and songs played on a stupid keyboard from 1986. Life is like a box of chocolates, but one where somebody else has eaten all the chocolates. And replaced them with mouse heads and dishwasher tablets.
David has spent the last decade performing at the world’s biggest festivals and has a stack of awards in his pockets. This ‘Irish national treasure’ (Irish Times) may not be ‘everyone’s cup of tea’ (also Irish Times), but he’s written books, been in films and appeared on the telly so he must be good!
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The Nualas - Glitterbomb Tour
GOING ON SALE SHORTLY
The Nualas are celebrating their 21st – In those years they've played extended seasons in London, Dublin and New York, written and recorded several series for BBC Radio 4, split up and got back together again, clocked up innumerable TV appearances, and met Chris de Burgh in the flesh. Now, with scorchingly brilliant new songs, red hot new chat and blistering new shoes, they are jetting in for one night only to leave you helpless with laughter, delirious with pleasure, and a little disorientated if you can’t remember which door you came in.
"Staggeringly impressive three-part harmonies and a savage, biting wit." Metro Scotland
"They’re funny. Simple as." The Irish Times
"Did ye take my pants, they were here in the dressing room earlier?" Chris, a man they shared a dressing room with, once.
"Wackily original." The New York Times