Alison Spittle & Tony Cantwell Preview
Tuesday 4 June
It's 2001, The world's changed irreparably and somewhere in the middle of Ireland a girl fights for the meaty role of Mary of Nazareth in the school nativity.
This is a show about righting a wrong and looking like you want it enough. Light a candle for a ticket
Star of RTE's Nowhere Fast, As heard on The Guilty Feminist and Radio 4's Grownup Land.
“Whether character or citizen, Spittle comes across as a kind of genius." **** Irish Times
"A master class in stand up comedy" meg.ie
Irish Tatler comedian of the year
Tony Cantwell is an Irish comedian who's generated over 4 million views online and amassed quite the cult-following thanks to his oddball alter-egos Ploon, The Dublin Frenchman and the Irish Homer Simpson as well as hundreds more created through his daily Instagram stories.
As a performer; the first run of his 2018 show ‘Soft Boy’ sold out in just 20 minutes, followed by sell-out shows at Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Cork and both appearances at Dublin's Vodafone Comedy Festival.
"the funniest Irish sketch of all time. Simple as." JOE.ie
"His unconventional take on comedy belongs on the Adult Swim network", The Irish Times.
"One of Ireland's funniest budding comedians", Buzz.ie
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