Colin Murphy returns to the Big Time with brand new tour

Colin Murphy returns to the Big Time with brand new tour

Colin Murphy returns to the Big Time with brand new tour

Comedian, writer and now documentary film maker Colin Murphy is back on the road in 2019 for a 14-date tour starting with the Garage Theatre, Monaghan, 19 January. After a sellout run of his Bald Ambition Tour in 2018, his upcoming Big Time tour will be packed with brand new material and stories to tell, whether we survive Brexit or not.

Colin is buckling up and taking audiences with him for the bumpy ride ahead by taking audiences on a journey of musings on sex, attraction and the metric system.

Colin comments on his upcoming tour – “I can’t wait to get back on the road again. Last year brought me to fantastic venues across the country, with strange and wonderful audiences and I’m looking forward to laughing together again and also sharing the highs and lows of the year since we last met.”

Big Time is another chance to see one of the country’s biggest names in comedy in the wake of the recent airing of BBC NI’s The Blame Game featuring as a weekly panelist, and his hilarious documentary series Colin Murphy’s Panic Room; exploring his fears with the help of some eccentric people from across the UK and Ireland.

Colin started out his stand-up career as a compere at the Queen’s University Belfast Queen’s Comedy Club Night, and subsequently began touring venues across the world from Montreal to Melbourne, and Beijing to Ballybofey. Colin Murphy has featured in the 90s cult classic Divorcing Jack, followed by over 100 appearances on RTE’s The Panel.  Colin has also developed programmes for RTE, including hosting & co-writing six series of the cult surreal clip show Blizzard of Odd.

Back in Belfast Colin makes regular appearances testing out his material as compere at the Empire Comedy Club.

Colin kicks off his Big Time tour from 19 January – 23 May. for tickets and details of performances visit<>. Contains adult content, recommended audience age 16+.

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