The Errigle Inn Comedy Club

Micky Bartlett, Ciaran Bartlett, Paddy McDonnell

30th Nov 2018 FACEBOOK New

Hailed as Northern Ireland’s fastest rising and unabashedly hilarious comedy star, Micky never got into trouble at school until one fateful day in 2002, and then he absolutely nailed it…..! Former failed Sandwich Artiste, Micky hates millennials, although he recently googled “millennials” - and it turns out he is one. When he's not doing the audience warmups for 'Top Gear', 'TFI Friday' or the latest Netflix game shows, Micky can be seen starring in BBC NI's 'Tight Shorts' viral facebook clips, or appearing on “Monumental”, "Bad Language", "State of the Nations" and just about everything else that's funny on BBC NI.

'One of the most consistently funny people I've ever worked with.... In years to come, people will be talking about the first time they saw Micky Bartlett’ (Adam Hills)

'Bartlett delights... Intelligently done and always funny' (Broadway Baby)

Ciaran Bartlett started stand-up comedy in January 2010. Within a few months he had become a regular headline act in comedy clubs throughout the island of Ireland. Ciaran’s brand of ruthless musical comedy sets him apart from other acts, making him a firm favourite with audiences. He is a regular in Belfasts extremely popular Lavery’s Comedy Club and one of only a few comedians to have hosted the renowned Empire Laughs Back Comedy Club. In 2016 he sold out the Ulster Hall alongside a few of his best friends in comedy.

In terms of scripted comedy, Ciaran has writer, and performer, credits for Late Licence, Live at the Sunflower, all seasons of BBC Northern Ireland’s Tight Shorts, and the recent Soft Border Patrol. He recently created and wrote an entire sitcom series Homebirds, which was funded by and developed for RTE and NI Screen. He is currently developing a sitcom series with BBC Studios, and two drama series with Stellify Media.

Ciaran has appeared in several viral videos and advertising campaigns, accumulating millions of views online, mainly playing his ‘Ma’ and soccer legend Bunter Castles alongside Shane Todd’s soccer agent character, Keith Cruise. He has also starred in the title role of one stage play, Carol’s Crismuss, with a second appearance on the boards coming in this summer’s Here’s Me as part of the West Belfast Festival. He also writes crime novels.


Paddy McDonnell is one of the fastest rising talents on the Northern Irish comedy circuit. Whether gigging on his home turf of West Belfast or taking his hilarious tales of everyday life around the country, Paddy has won over audiences with his uncompromising, insightful material.
Taxi driver by day, Funnyman by night, Paddy has raked up thousands of gig miles since first exploding onto the stage in 2010. He has performed many times at Belfast’s prestigious Empire Laughs back and Queen’s Comedy Clubs, as well as all the main clubs in Dublin.
Paddy has also stormed the Legendary Stand Comedy Clubs in Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as the Hot Water Comedy club in Liverpool, and has won comedy competitions at Molly’s Parlour, Lisburn, and Molly Brown’s, Newtownards.

“There’s no stopping this cabbie’s gag-fest”-The Belfast Telegraph
“A very, very funny man indeed”
“He used everything he had to make us laugh, and I mean everything”- Derry Journal
“No-holds-barred, raucous style”-AU Magazine

Entry £7.50

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