Shane Todd is one of Northern Ireland’s top comedians.
In 2015 he hosted, wrote for & performed on BBC Two NI’s Saturday night primetime show Late License; he also hosts the BBC Radio Ulster show Live at the Sunflower and The Shane Todd Show was broadcast by BBC NI in October 2016.
He is rapidly developing a huge following through his YouTube videos, his character North Down ‘celebrity’ Mike McGoldrick and through multiple stand-up comedy, TV and radio appearances. His new show Holywood to Hollywood was part of the Gilded Balloon’s comedy line-up at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2016. In September 2015 he sold out his first hometown headline show in Belfast’s Mandela Hall; following supporting Bill Burr at The Ulster Hall in Belfast in July 2016 he sold out that same venue with Holywood to Hollywood. He is currently has several projects in development for film and TV.
Dave Elliott is one of the stand out acts on the Northern Irish comedy scene. One of the stars of the BBC NI sketch show ‘Late Licence’ and Radio Ulster comedy shows ‘Live at the Sunflower’ and ‘The Shane Todd Show’, Dave has been making waves since hitting the comedy circuit in 2014. In the last year Dave has performed his two solo shows ’30 Years a Dave’ and ‘DAD’ to sold out audiences as well as providing tour support for Jarlath Regan and Micky Bartlett. You can also listen to Dave on his two weekly podcasts, ‘Boy Town’ which he co-hosts with fellow comic Shane Todd and his own ‘Dave Elliott’s Weird Podcast’ “One of the rising stars on the Northern Ireland Comedy scene.”- Belfast Live “Big Laughs, daring confessions and everyman charm”- The Infinite Jest
Compere: PADDY McDONNELL
Paddy McDonnell is one of the fastest rising talents on the Northern Irish comedy circuit. Whether gigging on his home turf of West Belfast or taking his hilarious tales of everyday life around the country, Paddy has won over audiences with his uncompromising, insightful material.
Taxi driver by day, Funnyman by night, Paddy has raked up thousands of gig miles since first exploding onto the stage in 2010. He has performed many times at Belfast’s prestigious Empire Laughs back and Queen’s Comedy Clubs, as well as all the main clubs in Dublin.
Paddy has also stormed the Legendary Stand Comedy Clubs in Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as the Hot Water Comedy club in Liverpool, and has won comedy competitions at Molly’s Parlour, Lisburn, and Molly Brown’s, Newtownards.
“There’s no stopping this cabbie’s gag-fest”-The Belfast Telegraph
“A very, very funny man indeed”-TheComedyScoop.com
“He used everything he had to make us laugh, and I mean everything”- Derry Journal