Martin Lynch's one-man show, The Humour Of The Troubles (accordin' to Martin Lynch), featuring the author himself, will be performed on Thursday 26thth April 2007 at 7.00pm in the Black Box, Hill Street.
Secretary of the IBCC Kevin Doherty said, "We are delighted to that Martin is performing this show in support of the International Brigade Commemoration Committee."
Following on from the record-breaking success of his play The History Of The Troubles (accordin' to my Da), audiences will be able to hear in person a collection of side-splitting stories, packed with some of the maddest, baddest and funniest Belfast characters ever to step behind a barricade; Meet Fireball-the nutty-hospital-porter: Willie Lagan the country and western singer: Tomata the Catholic Defender: Bonzo McGaughey the Loyalist roof top protestor, and many, many more.
The show has sold out at venues all over Northern Ireland, including the Lyric Theatre, so a good response is expected for this show, to will be followed by traditional music.
The Humour of the Troubles (accordin' to Martin Lynch) is playing in the Black Box, Hill Street on Thursday 26th April 2007 at 7.00pm and tickets are priced £5 waged and £2.50 low waged/unwaged. Tickets available from the Black Box Hill Street 028 90244400, or phone :07751951785.
One of Northern Ireland's leading playwrights, Martin Lynch is author of "Dockers", "The Interrogation of Ambrose Fogarty", "Rinty" and "The History Of The Troubles (accordin' to my Da)".
For further media information, or to arrange photographs by email or artist interviews, please contact:
Deirdre Ashe (Administrator) on 028 90291 555.
The IBCC is presently organising to place a memorial in Belfast to those who fought against fascism in Spain in 1936-1939.
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