Following his sold-out show at the SSE Arena earlier this year, one of Ireland’s finest comedians and star of BBC’s ‘The Blame Game’, Neil Delamere, is pleased to announce a new solo show.
Coming to the SSE Arena on Friday February 17, 2023, Neil is back with another hilarious show that promises to leave audiences in a state of “Delamerium”.
Best known for his hilarious quick-witted appearances on a myriad of shows, including his longtime tenure on the Blame Game and his live tours, he’s been described as a “master of stand-up” and a “ironically brilliant live performer”.
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He is a regular contributor to the Newsquiz, Now Show and The Unbelievable Truth on BBC Radio 4 and Fighting Talk on BBC5 Live.
Neil has also appeared on Richard Osman’s House of Games and The Michael McIntyre Show on the BBC as well as The World Stands Up and Live At The Comedy Store on Comedy Central.
As well as writing and presenting award-winning TV documentaries on Vikings and St Patrick, Neil recently starred in the BBC Soft mockumentary Border Patrol, where his sketches garnered 3 million views.
Tickets on sale Friday 29 April at 10am on Ticketmater.ie and on the SSE Arena Belfast website
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