Comedian Jake O'Kane show Nobody Shouted Stop goes on tour
BELFAST comedian and Irish News columnist Jake O'Kane is back on the road next month with a new show called Nobody Shouted Stop.
Jake's political satire is billed as knowing no divide, The Blame Game panellist's stand-up shows – in which he regular refers to stories in this very paper – taking an incisive and, naturally, very funny look at life on 'both sides' of Northern Ireland society. In Nobody Shouted Stop he will be casting his caustic comedy eye on the good, the bad and the ugly, he assures us.
Joining Jake on tour will be fellow north Belfast comedian – and former all-Ireland yo-yo champion – Terry McHugh.
:: Jake O'Kane, Nobody Shouted Stop, Ardhowen, Enniskillen (Dec 27, 28); Market Place, Armagh (Dec 29, 30); Strule Arts Centre, Omagh (Jan 5); McNeill Theatre, Larne (Jan 10); Millennium Forum, Derry (Jan 11, 12); Theatre at the Mill, Newtownabbey (Jan 17, 18); Braid Arts Centre, Ballymena (Jan 19); Island Hall, Lisburn (Jan 26); Grand Opera House, Belfast (Jan 31, Feb 1, 2); Riverside Theatre, Coleraine (Feb 9); Burnavon, Cookstown (Feb 14); Downshire Estate, Downpatrick (Feb 16). Tickets from venues.