Top NI Entertainers Take To The Stage For Integrated Education

NORTHERN Ireland’s best known entertainers will be taking to the stage at the Ulster Hall later this year in support of integrated education.

Stand-UP-LogoThe Stand Up For Integrated Education on September 10 will feature a host of top comedians along with “TV mentalist” David Meade.

According to organisers the Integrated Education Fund the line-up promises “an unforgettable show with plenty of laughs and mind-reading”.

Best known as “Da” in the hugely popular TV show Give My Head Peace – actor, writer and stand-up Tim McGarry will be joined in the line-up by fellow Blame Game comedian and presenter Colin Murphy.

Award winning actress Wendy Watson who launched her comedy career in 2004 and has already been seen on TV shows such as Coupling and The IT Crowd will also be taking to the stage, as will touring comedian Neil Dougan.

One of the best established acts on the Irish comedy circuit apart from his own popular solo show, Neil rose to fame supporting acts such as Patrick Kielty, Tommy Tiernan and Roy Walker with writing credits including It’s not Brazil it’s Northern Ireland, PK Tonight and The McKeever Show.


With more guests set to be revealed over the summer organisers have stressed that tickets are limited for the special night of comedy, telepathy and philanthropy.

Tickets for Stand Up For Integrated Education on Saturday September 10 are £20 from the Ulster Hall box office (028) 9033 4455.

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