Jake O'Kane stand-up dates rescheduled due to new Covid restrictions

Comedian Jake O'Kane will be back on the road, eventually. Picture by Mal McCann

NO SOONER had we published last week's interview with comedian Jake O'Kane about his new stand-up tour Maskerade: The Mask Comes Off than the first few dates had to be rescheduled due to new Covid restrictions.

Thus, you will now be able to catch the north Belfast comedian (and hopefully nothing else) at the following places on the following days:

Jake's December 28 date at Strule Arts Centre in Omagh has been moved to March 5, the December 29 show at Canal Court in Newry has been moved from December 29 to February 25, and the December 30 show the Ardhowen Theatre in Enniskillen has been moved from from December 30 to March 20.

The comic's gig at The Braid in Ballymena on January 21 has also had to be rescheduled, with a new date still to be confirmed at time of press.

However, his climactic run of three dates at the Grand Opera House in Belfast from February 17 to 19 are still going ahead as originally planned.

Follow Jake on Twitter at @JakeOKane for details of any further changes to his touring schedule.

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