Queen’s Comedy Club kicks off its 22nd year in comedy, with a line-up to end all line-ups!
Wednesday the 4th of February features one of the all time greats, Tommy Tiernan performing a rare and intimate club gig. You’ll not get many opportunities to see a comic of his caliber in such close quarters.
“Tommy Tiernan tore it apart and stole the show with some intense and painfully funny storytelling.” The Irish Times
On Wednesday the 11th of February, we’re joined by Katherine Ryan, one of Canada’s brightest stars and a regular guest on various panel shows including; 8 Out of 10 Cats, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and QI. Support comes on the night from Chortle Student Award Finalist, Alan Irwin.
Wednesday the 18th of February, sees one of Ireland’s up and coming stars Chris Kent take on headline duties. Having supported the likes of Bill Burr and Dylan Moran, Kent is effortlessly original and a natural born comedian. He’s joined by not one but two support acts, Omagh comic Conor Keys and Christian Talbot who was one of the finalists in Amnesty International’s Secret Policeman’s Ball “World’s Shortest Gig”.
Our final show of the term is Wednesday 25th of February and sees the comedy genius of Michael Redmond. Perhaps better known as Father Stone, one of the more memorable creations from Father Ted. Support on the night comes from the 2014 ‘So You Think You’re Funny?’ winner, Aidan Strangeman.
Compere for all our shows is Colin Murphy, best known for RTE’s The Panel and his BBC shows The Blame Game and Great Unanswered Questions.
Wed 4th Feb – Tommy Tiernan and Colin Murphy – SOLD OUT
Wed 11th Feb – Katherine Ryan, Alan Irwin and Colin Murphy – BUY TICKETS
Wed 18th Feb – Chris Kent, Christian Talbot, Conor Keys and Colin Murphy – BUY TICKETS
Wed 25th Feb – Michael Redmond, Aidan Strangeman and Colin Murphy – BUY TICKETS
Tickets on sale Monday 8th December – 9am from Queen’s Students’ Union and Ticketmaster.