25th November 2012

8.00pm
Price : €18.00-€20.00

ADDRESS

Smock Alley Theatre, Smock Alley Theatre, Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin 8, Ireland

CONTACT

+35316770014
info@smockalley.com

WEB

www.smockalley.com

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Maeve Higgins We Have A Good Time Now

Watch out, large towns and small cities of Ireland! This winter, Maeve Higgins presents her brand new, totally brilliant and super-hilarious live show - featuring stand up, new writing and readings from her bestselling book ‘We have a good time...don’t we?’ In this field trip through her head and across her country and beyond (wherever English is spoken and dairy is eaten) Maeve talks about the curse of over-politeness (she thanks bank machines) and how to make a baby like you (simply whisper ‘I’m your real Mamma’ into their baby ears). She has a chilling encounter with some malevolent dolphins, she gets a stalker who won’t commit and she has a fight with a packet of biscuits. Through it all, she wonders at the wisdom of having a job that involves telling strangers personal things at night time and the curious magic of having countless, lookalike sisters. Back on the road after almost two years, don’t miss the princess of comedy as she barrels through your mid-sized theatres, leaving a trail of bewildered laughs behind her.

Maeve Higgins We Have A Good Time Now

25th November 2012

8.00pm
Price : €18.00-€20.00

ADDRESS

Smock Alley Theatre, Smock Alley Theatre, Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin 8, Ireland

CONTACT

+35316770014
info@smockalley.com

WEB

www.smockalley.com

Share

Watch out, large towns and small cities of Ireland! This winter, Maeve Higgins presents her brand new, totally brilliant and super-hilarious live show - featuring stand up, new writing and readings from her bestselling book ‘We have a good time...don’t we?’ In this field trip through her head and across her country and beyond (wherever English is spoken and dairy is eaten) Maeve talks about the curse of over-politeness (she thanks bank machines) and how to make a baby like you (simply whisper ‘I’m your real Mamma’ into their baby ears). She has a chilling encounter with some malevolent dolphins, she gets a stalker who won’t commit and she has a fight with a packet of biscuits. Through it all, she wonders at the wisdom of having a job that involves telling strangers personal things at night time and the curious magic of having countless, lookalike sisters. Back on the road after almost two years, don’t miss the princess of comedy as she barrels through your mid-sized theatres, leaving a trail of bewildered laughs behind her.

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