The Irish comic Ardal O'Hanlon will forever be remembered as the dopey priest Dougal in Father Ted, but now he's all about the stand-up — he loves it. It's a compulsion. And the world is a funny place.
In this crazy world of populism, identity politics, the end of truth, and peak avocado and £15 Gin and Tonics, Ardal is desperate to prove that his gender, race, age and class don't define him. So he's saddling up his high horse and riding off into the bloody heart of the culture wars (with a white hankie in his pocket just in case it turns nasty).
Shakespeare-inspired comedy at the Globe Theatre – 18 Oct 2019 – The Comedy Store Players will be performing Shakespeare-inspired jokes and improvised skits at the Globe.
John Robins — Hot Shame – 25 Oct 2019 – Edinburgh Comedy Award winner John Robins is bringing his new 'Hot Shame' show to the Eventim Apollo in October
Henning Wehn — Get On With It – 26 Oct 2019 – Join Henning Wehn for an evening of Teutonic jolliness when the German comic comes to the London Palladium in October
Russell Kane at the Eventim Apollo – 26 Oct 2019 – Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Russell Kane is bringing his new stand-up show to the Hammersmith Apollo in October
Eddie Izzard — Wunderbar – 30 Oct to 2 Nov 2019 – Eddie Izzard is taking a break from politics to bring his new stand-up show to the London Palladium for a run of four nights
Political comedian Jonathan Pie – 1 Nov 2019 – Jonathan Pie is back at the Hammersmith Apollo with his new comedy show that holds politicians and the press to account
Jimeoin — Ramble On – 2 Nov 2019 – The Irish comedian Jimeoin will be bringing his new stand-up show Ramble On to the Queen Elizabeth Hall for one night in November
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