Alison Spittle Makes a Show of Herself

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Alison Spittle Makes a Show of Herself

Draíocht, Friday 15th February 2019

Tatler comedian of the year and the star and writer of RTÉ's Nowhere Fast and Culchie Club.

Alison is doing a second tour. She's very excited and has warned her family not to heckle her this time. She's looking forward to discovering new towns, friendly people and the fresh delights of the new service stations across the country. This is Alison's hilarious follow up to her smash-hit tours and multi fringe award nominated shows, Worrier Princess and Discovers Hawaii. Support from the hilarious Julie Jay.

“Whether character or citizen, Spittle comes across as a kind of genius.” **** – Irish Times.


Date:
Friday 15th February 2019
Time:
8.15pm
Price:
€12
Address:
Draíocht, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, Ireland

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