Award-winning comedian and actor Ardal O’Hanlon is coming to Exeter Northcott this autumn.
Best known for his roles in television sitcoms as Father Dougal McGuire in Father Ted and George Sunday in My Hero, O’Hanlon is one of Ireland’s greatest living comedians.
A highly acclaimed stand-up, Ardal has toured to sell-out audiences internationally (including extensive live work across the US, Canada, Australia, Far East and Europe) and has released two Top 10 stand-up DVDs.
Ardal’s debut novel, The Talk of the Town, also proved an enormous hit, remaining on the Best Seller list for more than six months.
In his new stand-up show, Ardal laughs in the face of mounting adversity – recession, inclement weather, an ageing body, and impending doom.
He fearlessly turns the spotlight on surviving relationships, raising children and… the Swiss!
The Telegraph says ‘O’Hanlon is certainly a comedian to be reckoned with’, while The Guardian says he is ‘a complete joy to watch’.
Ardal O’Hanlon visits Exeter Northcott on October 31. Tickets for the show (ages 15 and over) cost £18 on the Northcott website.