Owen O’Neill Red Noise Show

Owen O Neill A4 and A5 flyer artwork 19_7_17Oct 19 – 21
Join Owen O’Neill for an evening of poetry, theatrical monologue and stand up story telling. ‘O’Neill is a master storyteller, to call what he does stand-up does not do him justice. …….This is genuine comedy from the gut’. THE NEW YORK TIMES ****  €15

Tickets: €15
Bookings: 087-1129970

OWEN O’NEILL has toured the World with his one-man shows accumulating a string of awards including three Fringe Firsts at the Edinburgh Fringe. The Edinburgh Critics Award for best comedy. The Angel Award for best one-man show. The Time Out comedy Award. Best actor at the 2010 Ist Irish theatre festival in New York City. Best short film award at the Boston film festival 2008.
RED NOISE is a hybrid of stand-up comedy, theatrical monologue and poetry and O’Neill blends all three to perfection.
True stories from his life include being STRUCK BY LIGHTNING at nine years old and being told he had the cure for cancer.
Being interrogated by an IRA MAN WITH A STAMMER (The longest two hours of his life)
How his FEATURE FILM DEBUT with Liam Neeson went horribly wrong.
Being brought up in a family of SIXTEEN SIBLINGS and having to queue for breakfast.
All this and more in this 90 minute show.
What the critics have said….
At turns poignant and hilarious O’Neill’s poetry is the most unexpected of performances, but certainly one of the highlights of the festival. CULTURE NORTHERN IRELAND ****
He is a prolific writer and tireless performer of his own work-dramatically accomplished,
emotionally charged and very funny. He’s got a darker side too, but what underscores all his work is a deeply poetic spirit which shines through. THE SPECTATOR *****
O’Neill is a master storyteller, to call what he does stand-up does not do him justice. This is genuine comedy from the gut. THE NEW YORK TIMES *****
O’Neill will take you on a rollercoaster ride, strap in. THE SCOTSMAN *****
You can almost smell the burning flesh. GLASGOW HERALD ****

www.owenoneill.co.uk

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