Comedians catch a cab to Craigavon

The comedian catch their cab.
The comedian catch their cab.
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Four of Northern Ireland’s up and coming comedians are set to delight local audiences with rip roaring laughter as they embark on the first leg of their hilarious ‘Black Taxi’ Comedy Tour.

The troupe, which includes Lurgan lad and support act at Patrick Kielty’s recent tour Sean Hegarty, Paddy McDonnell from Belfast, Craigavon native and Glasgowberry regular Phil McEwan and Cormac ‘Cookie’ O’Donnell from Cookstown, are together determined to show audiences they don’t need to fork out big money for well-known comedians in order to enjoy a great night of laughter.

The ‘Black Taxi’ comedy group was set up by Sean and Paddy (a black taxi driver by trade and the inspiration behind the name of the tour) who both had a mutual goal to travel the length and breadth of Northern Ireland wowing people with their stand-up comedy.

The comedians will be stopping off at Craigavon Civic Centre on Saturday, October 12. The cost of admission is £10.