Happy St Patrick’s Day! Regardless of what your plans are, there is no doubt that March 17th is one of the most fun dates all over the world – after all, the Chicago River is dyed green and New York hosts one of the biggest parades.
With today in mind, we decided to look at some of the best Irish entertainers who will be doing what they do best this year…
Mrs Brown’s Boys
Everyone’s famous Mammy, Mrs Brown’s Boys has become one of the most successful TV shows of late with a plethora of awards under its belt. Catch Agnes brown and her family as they hit the road with How Now Mrs Brown Cow from April – get your tickets here!
For those who have yet to watch Black Books – DO IT NOW!!! Our love for Dylan Moran was firmly cemented in 2000 when his bookshop owner Bernard Black first appeared on our TV along with the superbly talented Bill Bailey and Tamsin Greig. Catch Dylan this May when he performs his new stand up show Off The Hook at the Eventim Apollo in London – get your tickets here!
Boyzone need no introduction. The Irish boy band have kept us all entertained since the 1990’s with their chart topping songs including No Matter What, Every Day I Love You and Love Me For A Reason. The boyz will be heading to Telford Town Park Arena this June – get your tickets here!
Dara O Briain
Dara O Briain is a genius. There is no denying this and anyone who has ever been to see one of his stand up shows can vouch for this fact. The host of Mock The Week and star of Live At The Apollo, Dara will be returning to the Eventim Apollo in September and October with Crowd Tickler, his new show which we can guarantee will have you leaving in stitches – get your tickets here!
It’s becoming pretty clear that some of the greatest comedians hail from the Emerald Isle and Ed Byrne is next up on our list! Ed is a regular guest on Mock The Week and already has some very successful stand up tours under his belt. This year will see Ed and Dara O Briain appear in their own BBC show, Dara and Ed’s Great Big Adventure which will see them journey along the Pan American Highway. Catch Ed at the Tyne Theatre & Opera House in February 2016 – get your tickets here!