Dolans have today announced that Jason Byrne is set to return to Limerick to perform his new show at Dolans Warehouse on Thursday, January 31st. Tickets go on sale for this gig on Friday, 20th July.
Described by The Times as ‘The Outright King of Live Comedy’, Jason’s new show ‘You Can Come In, But Don’t Start Anything’, one of the most exciting live comedy performers in the world return to the Limerick stage.
The biggest selling comedian at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Jason Byrne’s inspired, original brand of high-energy intelligent lunacy ensures that there is no other comedian like him and his sell out shows have attracted accolades including the highly coveted Perrier Newcomer Award Nomination and the Perrier Award Nomination.
His television credits include Live at the Apollo (BBC One), Comedy Annual (ITV1), Dave’s One Night Stand (Dave), The Channel 4 Comedy Gala (Channel 4), John Bishop’s Only Joking (Sky One) and Anonymous (RTE2).
Jason’s radio credits include Just A Minute (BBC Radio 4), And The Winner Is…(BBC Radio 2) and of course, Father Figure (BBC2). He has also hosted three series’ of The Jason Byrne Show (BBC Radio 2), for which he won the Sony Radio Gold Award for Best Comedy in 2011.
With a growing international profile, Jason has performed in New York, Boston, Hong Kong, Singapore, Brussels, Milan, Paris and Australia.
Announcing Jason Byrne’s Limerick show today, Neil Dolan said: “A Jason Byrne comedy experience is something that is hard to explain to anyone who hasn’t witnessed it. His performances have become legendary on the international comedy circuit.
“We are delighted to welcome him back to Limerick and invite Limerick audiences not to miss the chance to become part of this unique comedy experience”.
Tickets for Jason Byrne performing ‘You Can Come In, But Don’t Start Anything’ go on sale this Friday, 20th July at 9am. Tickets are available from www.dolans.ie.
This Show is for Over 15’s only.
“Unmissable” - Evening Standard
“Watching a new Jason Byrne show is a bit like witnessing lightning in a bottle” - Edinburgh Evening News
“Byrne is consistently brilliant” -Metro