Micky Bartlett- Typical Saturday 25th November 2017 10.30pm

The Big Tickle Comedy Festival and Peter E Davidson Present a series of comedy delights over two nights at The Playhouse...


Micky's hit 30 and he's unapologetically taking on the big issues: racism, sexism, his doctor telling him to avoid dairy. Don't miss Northern Ireland's favourite stand-up from BBC's Bad Language, Monumental and Radio 4's State of the Nations with his funniest hour yet. Or so he hopes... bloody typical!
'Consistently funny' Adam Hills
'A stand-up natural... Impressive!' ★★★★ Chortle.co.uk

Tickets £10(Includes £1 development contribution)

Performance Extras

See what other treats we have across this weekend for The Big Tickle Comedy Festival...

Kevin McAleer- Saying Yes to Yes
Friday 24th November 8pm
Tickets £15 (Includes £1 development contribution)

Join spiritual guru Kevin McAleer for a life-changing evening of living fully in the moment, with meditation, mindfulness, deep breathing, tai chi, yoga, bee venom therapy, psychic flower arranging, singing with dolphins and digital photography.

Paul Currie- Ffffffmilk
Friday 24th November 10pm
Tickets £6(Includes £1 development contribution)

The master of surreal nonsense and bohemian clownarchy is back! Paul Currie has appeared on BBC Three's Live at the Electric. Gained a loyal fan base including some of the UK's most respected comedians: Stewart Lee, Limmy, Tony Law, Phil Jupitus, Tom Stade etc.


Peter E Davidson- Fopical
Saturday 25th November 7.30pm
Tickets £6 (Includes £1 development contribution)

The world makes so little sense these days and scrambling to make sense of it all is Peter E Davidson, a man who can barely scramble out of bed in the morning. This is his new 2017 show following his successful 2016 debut solo stand up show "Guns N' Rose" which played at the Belfast Comedy festival and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Teresa Livingstone- Delighted
Saturday 25th November 9pm
Tickets £8 (Includes £1 development contribution)

Teresa is a musical comedian who's 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. One of the of the stars of BBC Northern Ireland comedy show "Late Licence" Teresa is bringing her one woman show to The Playhouse.



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