Jake O'Kane brings his brand new show to theatres across Northern Ireland!
The mask comes off! (… sorry)
Jake O'Kane brings his brand new show to theatres across Northern Ireland
Friday 7 January & Saturday 8 January: Market Place Theatre, Armagh
Friday 14 January & Thursday 27 January: Theatre at the Mill, Newtownabbey
Saturday 15 January: Portico Arts & Heritage Centre, Portaferry
Friday 4 February: Millennium Forum, Derry
Saturday 5 February: Riverside Theatre, Coleraine
Friday 11 February: McNeill Theatre, Larne
Saturday 12 February: The Burnavon, Cookstown
Thursday 17 February to Saturday 19 February: The Grand Opera House, Belfast
Friday 25 February: Canal Court Hotel, Newry
Saturday 5 March: Strule Arts Centre, Omagh
Sunday 20 March: The Ardhowen, Enniskillen
TBC: The Braid, Ballymena
Although Covid rudely interrupted Jake’s unbroken run of sold-out tours, he’s back!
As always Jake will deal with the really important questions such as:
Who put Jamie Bryson on that bin?
Are Catholics more prone to catching Covid than Protestants?
Is a Union or Tricolour facemask better at protecting you from Covid?
Could he charge more for his end of year tour?
Back with Jake will be the ever-funny Terry McHugh, who’ll be sharing his horror at being marooned in Tyrone during the lockdown.
Just how both will manage to fit two year’s material into one show is still being explored, but one thing is certain; if you want to smile, behind your facemask, this is the show to see.
This show contains adult references & is suitable for 16 + years
He’s an actor, a mimic, an unstoppable witty, erudite man who has his eye on the ball and leaves our sides sore:
From the moment he walked on stage, he had the audience in the palm of his hand. He could have just given them a look and everyone would have been in stitches: Belfast Live
Tickets on sale from the various theatre box-office.