Funnyman Pat Shortt comes to Ballymote with 'How's Tings' show
Ballymote Celtic have announced that Ireland's most famous funnyman, Mr Pat Shortt is bringing his "How's Tings" tour to The Art Deco Theatre in Ballymote for one night only on Bank Holiday Sunday Night the 6th of August.
Tickets will be like gold-dust for this and are on sale from Lavin's Menswear or from Ticketmaster, or you can call 0879135082.
In a night of music and mayhem, Ireland´s most popular comedian takes a uniquely hilarious look at Irish life.
"How's Tings" features a variety of characters including "Eugene Mulumby", (chairman of every organisation in the town), formidable nun "Sister Ulkaria" and the philosophical Stop/Go man,all of whom talk about tings.
Big tings and little tings. Personal tings and tings that are not so personal.
Important international tings and tings that only affect the parish.
Recently seen on TV screens in the acclaimed "Smalltown" and having appeared in the recent new film "The Flag",Pat takes a break from screen appearances to return to the comedy circuit.
"How's Tings" is not be missed.
Pat Shortt has been on the go for decades.
Featuring in shows such as Father Ted, Killinascully, and films such as Garage, The Guard, Calvary and much more, he has become one of the best known faces in Irish comedy.
In fact, his role in the 2007 film 'Garage' saw him winning an IFTA for best actor.