McAleer’s comedy persona is a highly eccentric individual who gets the wrong end of every stick! The show is sure to have you holding your sides, so if this sounds like just the thing you need, then head along for Blanchardstown Dublin, on February the 1st.
We’ve put together a little guide with information on the show, how to get to the venue and where to stay. Read on for more…
About the show…
This one man show stars Kevin McAleer – a master of dry wit. Originally from Tyrone, this stand-up comedian has a very unique and amusing way of looking at the world that is sure to have you in stitches all night long. He has appeared on the Late Late Show numerous times and has performed in the Kilkenny Cat Laughs for several years.
Kevin McAleer is one of Ireland’s top comedians and he will be returning to Blanchardstown with the latest version of his legendary show. This latest show has been seen all over the world and was a huge success at London’s Soho Theatre last Summer.
Kevin McAleer has even written a book called “Duelling – The Cult Of Honour in Fin-de-siecle Germany”, which explores the idea that duelling in Wilhelmine Germany may have given rise to the Nazis in Germany. Not traditionally considered a topic for humour but Kevin McAleer’s sardonic wit shines through and makes for an enjoyable read.
This Kevin McAleer show will be coming to the Main Auditorium in the Draíocht Arts Centre in Blanchardstown. The show is on Friday February 1st and it will start at 8pm. Tickets: €18 / €16 conc.
How to get to the Draíocht Theatre
Draíocht is located in Blanchardstown, in between the Blanchardstown Library and Leisureplex and is situated right next to the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre. Blanchardstown is about 10kms from the city centre, so the best way to reach it is to hop on bus numbers 39, 70, 76a, 220, 237, 238, 239 & 270.
If you’re driving then head for the M50 and take the Navan Road/N3 turn off which is just a little north of the Toll Plaza. Draíocht is located behind the Blanchardstown Centre beside the Blanchardstown Library and the Leisureplex with a TGI Fridays. You can find parking in either of the Blanchardstown Library, Leisureplex or the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, which have large free car parks for customer use.
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