Event Date: 19th September, 2019
Join the IEF at the Ulster Hall Belfast on Thursday 19 September 2019 for a special night of comedy, music and philanthropy as entertainers stand up for Integrated Education.
Comedians Tim McGarry, Colin Murphy and Teresa Livingstone – and more stars to be announced, promise an unforgettable show.
Tim McGarry is the actor, writer, political satirist, stand-up comedian and broadcaster best known for playing the part of Da in the hugely popular sitcom Give My Head Peace. He is also host of various radio and TV shows, notably the highly regarded The Blame Game on BBC NI where his panel includes Colin Murphy.
Colin Murphy is also known for hosting Great Unanswered Questions, The Unbelievable Truth and The Blizzard of Odd. His live stage work includes many years of success at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and at the Melbourne and Kilkenny ‘Cat Laughs’ festivals. Colin plays to sell-out shows throughout Ireland and has also appeared in serious drama productions.
Teresa Livingstone is a musical comedian whose original and hilarious songs cover everything from sleazebags in bars to workplace hatred with a bit of cake and wine thrown in for good measure. Fresh from her Delighted tour across N. Ireland including two sell out shows at The Lyric and popping up on our screens on BBC’s The Blame Game. With a piano, a gin, and the voice of a woman who has reached the point of no return, Teresa is ready to share.
This show was a total sell-out last year. Don’t delay !!
Tickets for this unmissable event are available at just £20 from the Ulster Hall box office.
Telephone (028) 9033 4455
Or book online by clicking the link. Booking fees apply.
Suitable for over 16s only
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