If there is one thing the world is missing right now, it’s laughter in the belly, and as all comedians will say, there is no better audience than a Belfast audience.
The streets of Belfast will be filled with laughter again as the sold out Blindboy gig, Milton Jones, Iain Stirling and many more comedy acts have all been rescheduled to later in the year and into 2021. If you love laugh out loud comedy like we do, you’re in for a treat with the gigs we have scheduled for the Waterfront Hall and Ulster Hall, you can expect all your favourites including Neil Delamere and Jimmy Carr.
Neil Delamere has graced the Ulster Hall stage already this year in January and due to popular demand is returning to the Ulster Hall on 03 September and 25 September 2020. Well known to audiences as star of the BBC’s Blame Game, Neil Delamere is an award-winning comedian and one of the top acts working in the Irish comedy scene today. A gig not to be missed if you love riotous comedy!
Daniel Sloss is coming to Belfast for one night only and it is guaranteed to be a night to remember. From sold out shows around the world, Daniel hasn't slowed down in his rise to fame. With Netflix series Dark and Jigsaw, which shows us the master of comedy that Daniel has become, why not binge on the series now and get excited for Daniel’s gig in September?
After three sold out shows in January, Jimmy Carr is back at the Waterfront Hall this December with his Terribly Funny tour. Treat yourself to that night out you have been waiting for, and not that we need an excuse but it will be Christmas party season after all!
You’ve got a text! Love Island’s Chairman and star of the series, voice over legend Iain Stirling is coming to Belfast! Iain, from Scotchland (his words not ours), will be cracking on with his tour Failing Upwards at the Ulster Hall on 14 April 2021. This show boasts his biggest nationwide tour to date, his quick wit and classic one liners will have your head turned and you can bet there will be lots of belly laughing.
“Extremely funny observational and surreal comedy” The Telegraph
Milton Jones’ Impossible tour is coming to Belfast in May 2021 were Milton reveals the truth about being an international spy, before being given a disappointing new identity which forced him to appear on Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo. Don’t miss out, tickets are selling fast!
‘No-one can touch Jones when he hits his stride’ The Guardian