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Stand-Up Session
Marketplace Theatre
028 3752 1821


Sat 23 Sept | 8.00pm | £16.00

A unique night full of laughter and craic as four of the country’s finest stand-up acts take to the Market Place stage.

Teresa Livingstone is a musical comedian and a classy lady, or at least she tries to be, despite everything being a 40-something Northern Irish woman throws at her. One of Northern Ireland’s top comedy acts, she has appeared on BBC’s The Blame Game, Soft Border Patrol and Late Licence. Don’t miss her unique blend of stand up, songs, gin and ‘going out’ leggings.

Mark McLernon is a strange stand-up comedian from the Mid-Ulster town of Magherafelt. He has a surreal take on life and is a very, very silly man. He has been gigging for ten years and has supported the likes of Tim McGarry and Colin Murphy. When he’s not on stage you can find Mark indulging in his hobby—working as a full-time Maths teacher.

Paddy McGaughey is the resident compere of the successful Braid Comedy Club and has supported Tim McGarry on all his stand-up tours. He won Comic Relief at the Pavilion Comedy Club comedy competition and have written two stage plays.

Sean Hegarty is a Northern Irish one-liner comic, famous for his sharp wit and hilariously dry jokes. He has performed at The Edinburgh Comedy Festival and on radio and TV.

Recommended for age 16+ as may contain strong language and adult themes. This event will take place in our Studio Theatre with an unreserved, cabaret style seating layout.