NEIL DELAMERE NEWS
Kevin Bridges will be making a return to the Edinburgh Festival for one night only to co-host the Comedy Gala in aid of Waverley Care with Adam Hills at the Playhouse on Thursday 22nd August at 7:30pm, with an amazing line-up featuring Andrew Lawrence, Stephen K Amos, Jason Byrne, Romesh Ranganathan, Hal Cruttenden, Tom Stade, Ivo Graham, Neil Delamere, Seann Walsh, Simon Evans, Marlon Davis, Charlie Baker, Phill Jupitus, Des Clarke, Gary Delaney, Joe Wilkinson, Russell Kane, Roisin Conaty and Lee Nelson.
The show will be recorded for BBC Three as a two part Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live to go out in early September.
Tickets are on sale from The Edinburgh Playhouse at 10:00am on Monday 8th April.
Full details of all shows will shortly be available on our Edinburgh Festival page (tickets will go on general sale for most shows on the 9th May via the Edinburgh Fringe Festival website) and include:
Josh Widdicombe‘s Incidentally… – Assembly, George Square Theatre
Wednesday 31st July – Thursday 15th August, 9:30pm
Marcus Brigstocke‘s Je M’accuse – I am Marcus – Assembly Hall, Rainy Hall
Wednesday 31st July – Sunday 25th August, 9:10pm
Adam Hills‘ Happyism – Assembly Hall, Main Hall
Thursday 15th – Sunday 25th August (Sundays with BSL interpreter), 7:30pm
Rich Hall with a stand-up show and Rich Hall’s Hoedown – Assembly George Square Palazzo Spiegeltent
Wednesday 31st July – Sunday 25th August, 9:30pm (Hoedown 11:00pm)
Charlie Baker‘s Baker’s Dozen – Assembly, Geroge Square Three
Wednesday 31st July – Sunday 25th August, 9:15pm
Seann Walsh‘s Lie-in King! – Pleasance, Cabaret Bar
Wednesday 31st July – Sunday 25th August, 9:20pm
Neil Delamere‘s Smartbomb – Pleasance, Above
Wednesday 31st July – Sunday 25th August, 9:00pm
Ivo Graham‘s Binoculars – Pleasance, Cellar
Wednesday 31st July – Sunday 25th August, 6:00pm
Marlon Davis‘ Crackin’ Up – Pleasance, This
Wednesday 31st July – Sunday 25th August, 7:15pm
John Gordillo‘s Thinking is Discouraged – Assembly Rooms, Studio
Thursday 1st August – Sunday 25th August, 7:30pm
Phill Jupitus‘ Porky the Poet in ‘Zeitgeist Limbo’ – The Jam House, part of the Free Fringe
Saturday 3rd – Saturday 24th August, 5:00pm
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‘Neil Delamere, the rising star of Irish comedy and a wryly brilliant live performer’ – Sunday Times
Neil Delamere is one of the most in demand comedians on Irish television and well on track to repeat his success here in the UK. He is best known to UK audiences for a storming appearance on the first series of Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow on BBC1, Neil has also appeared on The World Stands Up and Live At The Comedy Store, both on Comedy Central.
Neil is one of a handful of performers to consistently receive five star reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe year-after-year. For his 2009 Edinburgh show, Creme Delamere, Neil won five star rave reviews from the likes of Chortle, the Scotsman, the Herald and Three Weeks Magazine.
‘Delamere is a banter bomb, primed to make you explode with laughter… simply put, he is a master’ – The Scotsman
Neil has released two platinum-selling DVDs and has performed all over the world including at the prestigious Kilkenny Cat Laughs Festival, the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the New Zealand Comedy Festival.
His regular TV appearances in his homeland of Ireland include RTE’s The Panel and BBC’s The Blame Game. He is also currently the host of the Republic of Telly on RTE2.