Ed Byrne: Tragedy Plus Time

Comedy |

Starts 7.30pm | Tickets £27.50 | Plus Support from Amy Matthews | Extended Theatre | Age Guidance 14+

Phil McIntyre Live Ltd proudly presents Ed Byrne: Tragedy Plus Time. 

Attributed to Mark Twain, humour is defined as Tragedy Plus Time. Join Ed Byrne at Brewery Arts as he tests that formula by mining the most tragic event in his life for laughs.

Content warning: Discussion of death.

Reviews for Ed Byrne’s latest show:

★★★★★ “High-quality stand-up from a master of observational comedy” Broadway Baby

★★★★½ “His wicked sense of humour and a charismatic stage presence engulfs the massive room packed to the rafters” One4Review

★★★★ “Book early as sell-outs are the norm!” Scottish Field

★★★★★ “Definitely stand-up at its best” VoiceMagUK

★★★★★ “A masterclass from one of the finest comedians” Daily Business Magazine

Reviews for Previous Shows:

★★★★ “Comedy’s Holy Grail – go see!” The Sunday Times

“Tickets for his shows are like gold dust…truly a master of the art of comedy” The List

★★★★★ “Hilarious anecdotes… I assure you Ed Byrne is one comedian you should DEFINITELY see!” Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

★★★★ “Jokes come so fast that hecklers don’t have a chance to get a word in edgeways” The Times

The below video contains strong language that some viewers may find offensive.

This is a rescheduled show.

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