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Jason Byrne 'The man With Three Brains on Thursday 19th October 2017
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PLEASE NOTE: 14 + to be accompanied by an adult (Parental Guidance) Likely to have strong language and adult content
The Man With Three Brains
After sell out performances for the last three years, Jason Byrne returns to The Southport Comedy Festival for two nights with his brand new show.
‘The Man With Three Brains’ is a brand new show from the highly acclaimed and extremely funny, Jason Byrne.
Jason has three brains which kick into action when he hits the stage. His left brain scans the audience and room, looking for improv moments. His right brain collates stand-up material and stunts, poised to dish out the funnies at speed. His centre brain is Jason’s coach, pushing him to the limit.
The fastest thinking comic around will not only trip himself up, but probably you too.
It’s been a busy few years for Byrne. In addition to his extensive touring worldwide, his Radio 2 show was awarded the UK radio industry’s prestigious Sony Radio Gold Award. As well as fronting a brand new studio based comedy chat show Jason Byrne's Snaptastic Show for TV3 in Ireland, he is co-host of Sky’s hugely popular new entertainment programme Wild Things on Sky1.
Also seen on Live at the Apollo (BBC1), The Royal Variety Show (ITV1), The John Bishop Show (BBC1), and Father Figure (BBC1) of which he is creator and star.
“Watching a new Jason Byrne show is a bit like witnessing lightning in a botttle” –
Edinburgh Evening News
“Byrne is consistently brilliant” –
“The outright king of live comedy”
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