Isn't this a great line up? Day 10 of the festival has 8 events of such variety that the tile below resembles an old music hall programme. One feature is the launch of our new fringe hub with our friends from Accidental Theatre which will offer audiences in Belfast a fast paced range of comedy performances in one amazing venue. If you have ever been to Edinburgh Fringe you'll know the score. We also have musical comedy......film, bus tours, Sinnead, live radio, clowns, cuddly toys etc. Give this a share with your Group
Look what's on tomorrow - Friday 2 October - 8 great events with something for everyone including classic comedy film, bus tours and a host of maverick comedy as part of the Accidental Belly Laughs fringe programme.The weekend starts here!
We are proud to be involved in a unique development programme and fundraiser for the Welcome Organisation this evening. Our chairperson Graeme Watson and leading local comedian, Luke McGibbon, have been working with clients from the centre to prepare performances for this special event which is supported by the Arts Council NI. The showcase takes place from 7pm tonight at the Welcome Organisation's headquarters in Townsend Enterprise Centre, MC'd by Paddy McDonnell with sets from Luke McGibbon and Jake O'Kane as well as the Welcome Organisation's staff and clients. Tickets and further info below.
When: October 1, 2015 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm Where: The Black Box Something interesting must happen every 10 seconds… and it will! America’s dangerous, seductive comedy-monster delivers on his promise in the show that earned him 10 five-star reviews at Edinburgh Fringe. (Top 5 shows in the UK –... Rea…
Its competition time! Win an amazing weekend pass for 2 people worth £60 to our Accidental Belly Laughs shows in the lovely surrounds of the Wellington Building, near City Hall. You can see 8 great acts - in our office space overlooking the city. Full bar service available for 6pm on Friday and Saturday. Get entering - it closes at midnight
Day 9 brings 5 very different events including the first appearance in Northern Ireland of the incredible Red Bastard - a rare talent not to be missed. We also have the wonderful Micky Bartlett supported by George Firehouse and Terry McHugh in McHugh's comedy club as well as a unique event celebrating the comic talents of people using the Welcome homelessness organisation with sets from local comedians Jake O'Kane and Paddy McDonnell.
In addition, w have a great musical comedy event with the Inappropriates in the Belfast Barge supported by James Curran & Neil Dickson with MC Nutella Nutjob!
Throw in a free lunchtime screening of Harold Lloyd's classic 1923 film 'Safety Last' and you have the makings of a wonderful day.
We have some amazing shows for you tomorrow including a certain Red Bastard, local gag merchant - Micky Bartlett, musical comedy with the Inappropriates, a classic comedy film at lunchtime and a unique event in the Welcome Organisation on the theme of homelessness.
Tickets are still available for this eclectic programme
When: September 30, 2015 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm Where: The Black Box “When I was young I thought the world was run by adults who knew what they were doing. Now I am one of those adults and I realise everybody’s just winging it. Nobody knows everything. Most of... Read more »
Wow, what a programme we have today! Who needs macho comedy when we have top class performers Sara Pascoe & Diane Morgan at Queens Comedy Club and our own Nuala McKeever in the Black Box? If you can't decide then you could make both shows - just move quick between these venues! Prepare for the comic onslaught with some lovely Laughter Yoga to get you in the mood. Tickets still available https://belfastcomedyfestival.com/whats-on-30th-september/