One of Northern Ireland’s most popular comedians is set to make a special appearance at an intimate gig in Bryson’s Bar next week.
Tim McGarry, well known as Da from Give my Head Peace, is a hugely entertaining stand-up and Mid Ulster fans will get the chance to see him up close and personal this Wednesday.
The former lawyer is an experienced actor, writer, stand-up comedian and broadcaster with a career that spans radio, television and stand-up. McGarry has written his way to Royal Television Society and Sony awards as part of the Hole In The Wall Gang.
Tim has also performed a huge number of different roles on BBC NI, including sketch show Dry Your Eyes, hosting local comedy panel show, The Blame Game and performing the popular weekly topical “taxi-driver” piece for current affairs show Hearts and Minds.
His previous one man stand-up show ‘Tim McGarry’s Irish History Lesson’ has received five star reviews and was released on DVD last year.
Tim also be performing on Saturday 26 May at the The Craic Theatre, Coalisland along with BBC’s Sketchy Diarmuid Corr and support from our very own local talent Cormac O’Donnell. He plays Bryson’s Laughter Lounge, Magherafelt on Wednesday 30th May, tickets are available from both venues.
Both of these events are set to sell out so book tickets now to avoid disappointment.