SHETLAND is becoming a fixture on the comedy touring circuit, with another international artist announcing a show in the islands.
Ed Byrne, the master of observational comedy and star of Mock the Week and Have I Got News For You is set to perform a show in Lerwick as part of his new ‘Crowd Pleaser’ UK tour.
His visit come hot on the heels of successful appearances from Bill Bailey and Kevin Bridges, plus the upcoming visit to Lerwick in June this year of Al Murray aka ‘The Pub Landlord’,
Byrne brings his unique brand of comedy to Lerwick’s Clickimin Leisure Complex on Monday 24 October 2011 at 7.45pm.
The event is a joint promotion between Beyond Promotions, Inverness and Shetland’s Atlantic Edge Music Services.
Atlantic Edge manager Davie Gardner said: “I’m delighted that someone of Ed’s profile has agreed to appear in Shetland and that Beyond Promotions in Inverness have once again delivered us a top quality night of entertainment in the islands.
“I’m sure Ed’s show will prove hugely popular and create plenty of laughs to brighten up a Monday night.”
Tickets for the show are for over 16s only and will go on sale from 9am on Saturday 2 April from High Level Music on Commercial Street, Lerwick and online from Ticketmaster at www.ticketmaster.co.uk and www.beyondit.net
There will be a total of 700 tickets at High Level and 300 for online purchasers.
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