BBC’s award winning The Blame Game is back on our screens for Friday nights in with regular panellists: Colin Murphy, Jake O’Kane and Neil Delamere.
Start your weekend off right with these comedy masters who showcase their quick wit and insightful humour on current affairs at local and global level whilst working out who to point the finger at for all that’s wrong in the world.
They are coming to the Ulster Hall in early 2020 to help wipe off the cobwebs of the January blues, to bring laughter and good ole norn iron craic into our lives. Check out their shows below and be quick, the tickets move fast!
Jake O’Kane, 09 Jan – 12 Jan 2020
It’ll be the first time Jake takes the stage at the iconic Ulster Hall with his brand-new show, “Walking the Line”. Jake’s dry-wit and cynical views on politics and society show him to be the grouch of a generation whilst giving a voice to many of our petty grievances, from politics to just the outright weird and wonderful.
These comedy masters showcase their quick wit and insightful humour on current affairs at local and global level whilst working out who to point the finger at for all that’s wrong in the world
Colin Murphy, 20 Feb 2020 and 19 March 2020
With two sell out shows under his belt, Colin Murphy is coming back the Ulster Hall for his brand-new tour, “Colinization”. No one is safe with Colin Murphy about, from the farmers to the politicians on the hill. His localised sense of humour resonates with audiences across the Island, plus, with his facial expressions and movements you could watch him on mute.
Neil Delamere’s “End of Watch” 25 Jan and 06 March 2020
Tickets fly out as fast for Neil Delamere’s shows than his lightening satire that never ceases to amaze. He never shies away from controversial riffs and through the gasps, you can always hear laughter. It’s no surprise this award winning comic’s last two shows have sold out at the Ulster Hall and we don’t expect anything different this time.