Brexit, global warning and the falling pound? You Must Be Joking!
Join the master of one-liners Gene Fitzpatrick, the first lady of comedy May McFetridge (John Linehan) and the ever-endearing Jimmy Cricket.
George Jones introduces a night of the best of Northern Irish stand-ups for an evening of pure comedy heaven.
You Must Be Joking takes place on Thursday 5 September at Newry Town Hall.
It is part of lur Cinn Fleadh, an annual traditional Irish music and community festival in Newry City, County Down.
David Hull Promotions, one of Northern Ireland’s leading Entertainment Agencies for over 30 years, is co-producing the show.
This year, the festival takes place from 5–8 September in various venues throughout the city.
Tickets for the show cost £22.50. They are available from the Buttercrane Shopping Centre Help Desk, Sean Hollywood Arts Centre or online here.
You Must Be Joking went on tour in 2018, with the team doing eight shows in three weeks.
Jimmy, 73, performed along with May McFettridge, Gene Fitzpatrick and William Caulfield.
The tour had opened at the Grand Opera House in Belfast, Jimmy’s birth place.
It ended at the Island Arts Centre on Lagan Valley Island in Lisburn.
May McFettridge is known as Northern Ireland’s very own queen of comedy.
She has earned a special place in the hearts of audiences young and old alike with her distinctive brand of affectionate but well-aimed gibes and witticisms.
May has been the Panto Dame in the Grand Opera House Belfast for almost 30 years.