A BIT ON THE SIDE
Starring Conal Gallen
The Olympia Theatre
Saturday 5th July 2014
Top Irish stand-up Comedian Conal Gallen brings back his comedy play to The Olympia Theatre Dublin on Saturday 5th July 2014!
Tickets priced from €27.65 including booking fee on sale now via Ticketmaster.ie, usual Ticketmaster outlets including The Olympia Theatre Box Office, and by calling Ticketmaster at The Olympia Phone Bookings on 0818 719 330.
Doors open 7.15pm, show starts 8pm. Approximate times, subject to change as always.
Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult, Over 18's ID required to gain access to the bars where alcohol is served.
The Donegal Comic has already established one of the most successful touring circuits for any Irish comedian. He has been selling out Theatres across the country for the past 8 years, breaking box office records, year in and year out. But the Funny man takes his hilarious humour to a whole new level in this side-splitting 2 Act comedy farce.
The action takes place in the household of Bridie and Willie Murphy, a couple who have fought the war of marriage, for over 30 years!
It is a love story unlike any other. Wandering eyes, wandering feet, wandering hands.....It's all here! Bodies get tangled, food orders mixed up and money gets moved with the addition of just one letter to a cheque - a big cheque too! Join Bridie, Willie, Dick and Cynthia as this tale of passion and intrigue unfolds!
The demand for tickets has been overwhelming for the Donegal Comic, even with a track record like his. Having 18 sell out nights over 4 weeks is a fantastic achievement, and that count is steadily rising! Conal said that he is absolutely over the moon with the reaction to the play so far "There is no better feeling than arriving to do a show to a full house, and by the way theatres are already booking, the whole tour could be Sold Out in advance"
As Conal says himself, “To do this play, I really had to sit back and make the decision to step back from my live stand up shows. This was a hard decision to make; I have spent a long time, working very hard, building up my Stand–up tour. It has been my bread and butter all my life. To take a break from this to pursue the comedy play is a major risk. For it to be as successful as my stand-up comedy career, I have to give the play 100% of my time and effort.”
Early booking is strongly advised.