7th May 2011 8.30pm Evening show                                                                              (also afternoon show for children at 2pm)


Irish Iranian stand up Patrick Monahan has earned a great reputation as a performer who will give audiences a great time, whatever their age or background.

Tickets are just £7 and there will be the licensed bar as usual.

Don’t just take it from us…

High energy & conviction, his material is great; he’s going to go far”
– The Sunday Times 2005

“Monahan brightens any night he plays, he exudes warmth & charisma, an irrepressibly friendly & ebullient personality”
– Marissa Burgess, Manchester City Life 2005

“Thoughtful Comedy”
– Guardian 2005

“He moves around the stage like a boxer working a ring, covering all angles and staying light on his feet. He is a walking advert for world harmony. Hearts will be broken, socks will be laughed off.”
– The Scottish Herald 2005

“An upbringing infused with culture clashes and his unconventional mind, Monahan is a hybrid calamity with a comic pedigree that’s all his own.”
– The List (Maureen Ellis – 2002)

“He has all the charm of Ed Byrne, the energy of Adam Bloom and wild leaps of imagination that are resonant of Ross Noble”
– The List (Maureen Ellis – 2002)

“This gifted livewire commands the stage with a mix of wit and force of personality”
– (Bruce Dessau) Evening Standard 2003

“All energy and bustle, Monahan has it in him to become a perfect circuit comedian and compere”
– Time Out (Malcolm Hay – 2002)

“Manic physical comic”
– The Guardian (William Cook – 2002)

“Engaging & genuinely enlightening”
– The Scotsman 2003

“Bright young talent”
– The Sunday Times 2003

“Lovable Stuff”
– The Independent 2003