Sean Hughes announces Vicar St. date
Following an extensive tour and a critically acclaimed Edinburgh run, Sean Hughes’s 'feel good show of the year' Life Becomes Noises comes to Dublin’s Vicar St.on 21st of February. The multi-talented and award-winning comedian, and youngest ever Perrier Award winner, returns to the comedy stage in his childhood backyard for one night only.
Having had to deal with the death of his father, Sean's new show has him dealing with it in the way only he can, and has received rave reviews from its performances in the UK. Described as a 'hilarious yet poignant tale' and 'a beautiful insight into the lighter side of dying and getting older', this one sounds like it's set up to have you both crying from laughter and sadness in its highlighting of how ridiculous life is and how quickly it can be taken away. Dublin, this is your one shot to see the show, so don't miss out. Tickets are €25 on sale now.
Story by EI Team | 09:00 | Tuesday 8th January 2013 | Comedy
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