Now that the fun is over, the hard work begins and part of this involves finding out how to improve the fest for next year. Our funders also need this information. So go on, be a pet and complete this short survey. Only 10 questions.....Thanks
That's all folks. Our biggest festival to date featured over 200 performers in 55 shows during 12 days. A big thank you to our supporters, attendees, acts, venues and sponsors. We would also particularly like to thank our volunteers and committee members. We don't have any staff or much funding so we depend on goodwill and enthusiasm to run this gig. Hopefully back next year.
Yes you can go to Those Who Can't.
We have some tickets available for this wonderful new sketch show written by Stephen Beggs and Rachael McCabe. Its the last night of the festival so join us in the Crescent Arts Centre and support local comedy! Doors 7
We finish our 12 day programme on a high note with four terrific events involving clowning, sketches, improv and laughter yoga. A fun filled Sunday is in store so join us for this celebration of humour with Paul Currie, Those Who Can't, the Crescent Players and Victoria Armstrong.
We finish our 12 day programme tomorrow on a high note with 4 terrific events involving clowning, sketches, improv and laughter yoga. A fun filled Sunday is in store so join us for this celebration of humour.
Those Who Can't have some Brain Dust to share in the Crescent Arts Centre on Sunday.
We have some tickets still available for this amazing comedy sketch show written and performed by Stephen Beggs and Rachael McCabe. Geist & Stein investigate how to rid Belfast of its plague of Hipsters… Chuck Blazer comes clean on corruption in FIFA…
Gwyneth Paltrow updates the followers of ‘Goop’ on how best to be a working Mother who’s recently come back from the dead after having her head consciously un-coupled from her body…
Ratty & Mole discover the painful consequences of messing about in boats… Toil & Trouble struggle to come to terms with the fact that their sexual will-they-won’t-they tension may have gone too far…
Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan deliver their Acting Masterclass to you the audience from ‘Inside The Actors Studio’… George Michael and Andrew Ridgely are together again for the big Wham reunion!!
Can you afford to miss it? Let Those Who Can’t take you to the edge of heaven… you’ll have to organise your own lift back, though. Tickets only £7. Book below
Are you ready for some late night comedy tonight with a difference? We have a terrific performance from the Imp this evening in our lovely pop up cocktail bar, near City Hall. If you like Red Bastard, you will love this guy! Tickets only a fiver. Part of the Accidental Belly Laughs fringe hub
The Imp at the 2015 Belfast Comedy Festival. He looks different, his walk is strange, his face funny, and he says nothing with his mouth but a lot with his body. He is a perverse prankster, but those brave enough to journey with him might be in for laughter and some uncomfortable self-discovery.
A packed programme for day 11 of our festival with some terrific events in venues across the city. Our writing workshop with John Morrison is fully booked and unfortunately Wonder Frog cannot perform due to illness but still plenty to enjoy on the penultimate day of the festival.
We have a terrific programme on Saturday with 7 great events. Unfortunately our writing workshop is full but tickets are available for the other shows. We finish on Sunday so this will be one of the last chances you have to support local comedy. Enjoy