Thursday, April 26 sees Ireland's top comedian Pat Shortt, back on the stage of The Village Arts Centre with his show, 'How's Tings'.
Shortt's inimitable high energy, anarchic style of performance, brings his unique comic look at every day Irish characters and turns the normal to abnormal.
In 'How’s Tings', Pat introduces us to a variety of new characters. Such as Eugene, the chairman of the local drama committee and every other committee in the parish who shares with us his mundane insight into parish politics and Sr Eucharia with her hilarious look at religious life in small town Ireland.
Formerly part of D'Unbelievables, Pat Shortt is a multi-award winning actor both in Ireland and abroad for his film, TV and stage roles. He has in the past few years won critical praise for his stage appearances in the West End in London and on Broadway in New York for his portrayal of Johneen Pateen Mike in Michael Grandage's production of ‘The Cripple Of Inishmaan’.
Following that Pat toured to packed theatres in Australia and North America and won awards for his one-man show 'Selfie'.
Pat Shortt has been a solo comedy performer since 2002. 'How's Tings' places him in his preferred role. That is in front of a live audience so, don’t miss this latest dose of madness from Ireland’s most popular comedian.
Tickets from the usual outlets: The Avondhu offices Fermoy (025-32227) and Mitchelstown (025-24451), Cotters Bar, Kilworth (025-43615 after 5pm) or call 087-6492514.