As seen on Comedy Central’s Standup Central, Russell Howard’s Good News, Tonight At The Palladium and as heard on BBC Radio 4 and The Guilty Feminist, Jarlath Regan records his first one hour standup comedy special across two performances at the Tabernacle Theatre. Jarlath is best known for his world beating podcast An Irishman Abroad and his critically acclaimed standup show “Organ Freeman” about donating a kidney to his brother (“skilfully seeded stand-up that confirms Regan’s abilities to move with belly laughs and tears in a single routine” ★★★★ Jay Richardson, The Scotsman). Since bursting onto the scene in 2013 Jarlath has won unanimous rave reviews for his standup and online content. His new show “Notions 11” is no different. Expect an expertly crafted hour of interlocking stand up and stories about the world we live in. Grab tickets now while you still can and be part of this very special evening.
“Downright hilarious...his own brand of comedy genius” - The Irish Times “More laughs in the first 15 minutes than most comedians can muster in a whole hour” (Metro) “Regan is an expert storyteller and this is a beautifully constructed show that I could have happily listened to for twice its length.” (The Arts Desk)