- 03 Feb 20
See Jarlath Regan's first recorded stand-up special Notions Eleven in Vicar Street this March
Everyone’s favourite Irishman abroad will be coming home to record his first stand-up special Friday, March 6 in a one-night only performance in Vicar Street.
Comedian Jarlath Regan’s newest show entitled Notions Eleven will be the most political yet as he examines the ignorance of British politicians, Irish history and the complex relationship between the two islands.
As creator of the multi-million download podcast Irishman Abroad, Regan has made a career of making sense of bizarre British behaviour. Since moving to London six years ago, he has become one of the most talked about names in comedy. The 2017 Irish Comedian of the Year has made several prominent television appearances and become a headliner in every major comedy club in the UK, selling out dozens of solo shows.
Regan is also an activist for organ donation, having himself donated a kidney to his brother. His last show Organ Freeman earned him a standing ovation at his last visit to Vicar Street.
Notions Eleven will be filmed for an online release to be announced later this year.
Tickets are priced €27 and are on sale now.
Check out our Q & A with Jarlath Regan here.