Comedy at The Hippodrome
Wednesday 15th February | 8pm | £15
HEADLINER: Ardal O’Hanlon
Ardal O’Hanlon needs no introduction. He’s known to the world from his iconic role as Dougal in ‘Father Ted’, as well as countless other TV appearances, from six series of ‘My Hero’ to ‘Doctor Who’. But his first love was stand-up, and his unique brand of humour has won him numerous awards, as well as touring to sell out audiences internationally and topping the best-seller charts with stand-up DVDs. The Hippodrome are delighted to welcome him to their stage.
WITH: David Armand (aka Johann Lippowitz)
David is an award-winning writer, comedian and actor with credits across dozens of TV comedies. But he is perhaps best known as his alter-ego Johann Lippowitz, whose mime performances to pop songs (such as Natalie Imbruglia’s ‘Torn’) have earned him tens of millions of YouTube hits. One of the most highly sought-after and riotously funny acts you’ll ever see live.
AND: Adam Kay
Over 10 million YouTube hits (including the iconic London Underground Song), winner of the 2014 London Cabaret Awards, writer of numerous TV comedies.
“Brilliant – it left us with eyeliner streaming down our face” – Cosmopolitan
“Extremely funny. Never less than utterly clever” – Telegraph