Come and celebrate a night of comedy in Ranfurly House on October 23 with some of Northern Ireland’s best up and coming comedians.
The night will be hosted by Luke McGibbon who runs the legendary night “Monday night at the Pavilion” In Belfast.
The headliner will be a local favourite, Cormac Cookie O’Donnell, and he will be supported by Sister Jacinta, Jade Davidson and Louise Taylor, plus one special guest.
These acts have been carefully selected to show you what talent is out there and to give you a night of laughter you won’t forget.
Saturday, October 24 will be another fantastic night of comedy with two of Ireland’s best comedians, Gary Lynch and George Firehorse Both are Edinburgh festival regulars and both will be bringing their shows together for one very special night of comedy greatness.
Gary Lynch is Ireland’s leading mid-life crisis comedian. He has headlined comedy clubs around Ireland, UK and Scandinavia, hosted the Father Ted Festival at Edinburgh Festival 2014 as well as appearing in several plays, burlesque shows and improv groups. He is currently appearing in “800 Years of Annoying the English” and is taking his solo show “‘Please Resuscitate”’ to this year’s Edinburgh Festival
George Firehorse is a big, lovable, hairy manchild. Come witness him perform his unique blend, of nonsense, magic, mayhem, comedy and craic.
“Bonkers but brilliant” The Irish Post
“Great skills,dodgy jokes,an infectious smile and the most luxurious moustache since Mungo Jerry.” The Belfast Telegraph
“This guy is in a league of his own.” Broadway Baby