Banish Blue Monday Blues at the Waterfront Hall and Ulster Hall
Following the excitement and bustle of the Christmas season, it's entirely normal to experience a slight dip in mood during this time of the year. Often described as the saddest day of the year, Blue Monday falls on the third Monday of January. Instead of giving into the so-called "January Blues," why not shift your focus forward and explore some upcoming shows at the Waterfront Hall and Ulster Hall.
The hilarious stand-up comedian and TV personality, Jon Richardson is coming to the Waterfront Hall this month. You can catch him on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Meet The Richardsons, Jon Richardson & The Futurenauts, Evil Genius and more!
This brand-new show ‘The Knitwit’ is highly anticipated and is set to have you in hysterics as Jon talks about topics such as; Will the recycling be put out on the right day? Who is going to smooth over the top of the margarine? How many lights are on upstairs when everybody is downstairs?
Mike Denver is an Irish country music singer known for his lively performances and has gained popularity in Ireland and beyond for his albums and live shows. His brilliant songs often revolve around themes of love, relationships and life experiences.
Tommy Emmanuel is an Australian guitarist known for his incredible fingerstyle technique. Tommy is highly regarded for his performances and has released numerous albums showcasing his mastery of guitar across a variety of genres such as jazz, blues and pop.
His live shows often feature his remarkable ability to play complex arrangements entirely by himself, creating the sound of a full band using solely one instrument and his upcoming show at the Ulster Hall will be no different. If you are a fellow guitarist, this is the perfect show for you!
Writer, comedian and former doctor, Adam Kay, is bringing the bestselling show of Edinburgh Fringe 2023, 'Undoctored' to the Ulster Hall this February.
Undoctored follows on from This is Going to Hurt, leaving audiences laughing and crying with Adam's unique tales of life on and off the wards. It also contains the ‘degloving’ story because people ask for refunds if they don't hear it. Get your tickets today.
Kaleb Cooper, Chipping Norton’s finest celebrity farmer and Sunday Times bestselling author, who shot to fame starring in the Prime Video series, Clarkson’s Farm, has decided to conquer his fear and embark on his first-ever tour with The World According to Kaleb.
Expect to hear Kaleb’s strong views on many things such as sheep, Jeremey Clarkson, New York and of course why farming is the absolute best job in the world, he most definitely says it how it is!
YouTube and TikTok Sensation Grace Keeling is bringing her podcast show 'Saving Grace' to the Ulster Hall, as part of her biggest live tour to date.
Set to be a rollercoaster of emotions as Grace shares wild tales from her university escapades to the laugh-out-loud moments she encounters in her daily life. Expect the unexpected, laugh a little louder, and find solace in shared experiences.
Let's banish those January blues and book your next night out at the Waterfront Hall and Ulster Hall.