Dirtbirds – No Filters

Draiocht, Friday 5th November - Saturday 6th November

In a world where women are expected to have the patience of Mother Teresa, the arse of Jennifer Lopez, the social media profile of Kim Kardashian and the BMI of Elle McPherson, the pressure is relentless. Dirtbirds, the comedy duo and internet sensation, present their hilarious new show ‘No Filters’ which takes a close look at the barrage of bullshit we are subjected to on a daily basis and reminds us that despite what we’re told, there is NO SUCH THING AS PERFECT … (except maybe Jamie Dornan’s arse in Fifty Shades Darker.)

So.. if you need answers to questions like:
How do I have confidence when I feel lower than a snake’s arse?
How do I learn to love my muffin top?
When the kids wreck my head how do I stop myself from selling them on Done Deal?

… then this is definitely the show for you. (Perfect women not allowed in)

Join the DirtBirds as they navigate the stresses and strains of modern life in their comedy show, DirtBirds Self-Help Tour. Live at Vicar Street, Dublin.

Date:
Friday 5th November - Saturday 6th November
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€24/€22 concession
Address:
Draiocht Blanchardstown, Blanchardstown, County Dublin, Ireland

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