The six-strong team of Northern Ireland’s best young comedians will take to the stage of the Ulster Hall for a night of mirth and merriment later this year.
The event, organised by General Banter, presents The Comedy Squad featuring…
Colin Geddis – creator of I Am Fighter, Besty McD and General Banter
Micky Bartlett – star of BBC’s Monumental and Bad Language
Ciarán Bartlett – star of BBC’s Late Licence and Baking A Murderer
Aaron McCann – fresh from supporting Daniel Sloss and Paddy Kielty
Ruairi Woods – star of BBC’s Late Licence and Live at The Sunflower
Dave Elliott – star of BBC’s Late Licence and Nordie Shore
As Colin Geddis put it: “The lads had a few to many cappuccinos one day and decided to book the Ulster Hall for a huge night of stand-up comedy. It’s a bit of a dream come true and we’d love for you to join us for the evening. In the meantime, I’ll be checking the Internet to see if Jacamo do any XXXL Nappies for grown men.”
Tickets (£17.50) go on sale this Friday (April 15) at 10am via The Ulster Hall’s website which can be accessed here
Each of the six acts will be performing a 20 minute set which by our reckoning means you’re paying just 14p for each minute of comedy.
In the meantime Micky Bartlett will be previewing his Edinburgh show at Lavery’s on Wednesay April 20. Support comes from Colin Geddis and Ciaran Bartlett will be MCing.
In other comedy news, Aaron McCann will be making his Edinburgh Fringe debut with Dave Elliott performing their show ‘Fat Head and The Big Dog’.