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Ardal O'Hanlon

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About Ardal O'Hanlon

Irish comedian and actor Ardal O’Hanlon is bringing his acclaimed stand-up show, The Showing Off Must Go On, to the UK for two runs in 2019. 

O'Hanlon currently stars on Death in Paradise and is also well known for his appearances on Father Ted and My Hero. He got his start in stand-up comedy and regularly returns to touring because he loves it – and it’s a compulsion. Plus, the world is a funny place.

In an age of raging populism, MeToo, identity politics, the end of truth, the collapsing middle ground, peak avocado and £15 gin and tonics, and terrified of being on the wrong side of history, and desperate to prove that his gender, race, age and class don’t necessarily define him, Ardal is forced to saddle his high horse again and ride fearlessly into the culture wars (with a white hankie in his pocket just in case), comedy as ever being the best emergency response mechanism to extreme events there is.

Find tickets for Ardal O'Hanlon on:

Spring
6 March 2019 – City Varieties, Leeds
7 March 2019 – Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield
8 March 2019 – The Forum, Barrow-in-Furness
9 March 2019 – Grand Theatre, Lancaster
10 March 2019 – Memorial Hall, Sheffield
13 March 2019 – Queens Theatre, Barnstaple
14 March 2019 – Regal Theatre, Redruth
15 March 2019 – Northcott Theatre, Exeter
17 March 2019 – Komedia, Bath
20 March 2019 – Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne
21 March 2019 – The Spotlight, Hoddesdon
22 March 2019 – Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, Lincoln
23 March 2019 – Town Hall, High Wycombe
24 March 2019 – Haymarket, Basingstoke

Winter
2 November 2019 – The Hexagon, Reading
3 November 2019 – Richmond Theatre, Richmond
6 November 2019 – Alexandra Palace Theatre, London
12 November 2019 – Music Hall, Aberdeen
13 November 2019 – Tramway, Glasgow
14 November 2019 – Albert Halls, Stirling
15 November 2019 – Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh
16 November 2019 – Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle
17 November 2019 – The Lowry, Salford Quays
20 November 2019 – Royal and Derngate (Derngate), Northampton
21 November 2019 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
22 November 2019 – Brighton Dome, Brighton
23 November 2019 – New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth
24 November 2019 – The Alban Arena, St Albans
28 November 2019 – West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
5 December 2019 – Sherman, Cardiff
6 December 2019 – Anson Rooms, Bristol
7 December 2019 – Westlands, Yeovil
8 December 2019 – Palace Theatre, Southend

Note: Recommended for ages 16+

Last updated: October, 2018