Ed Byrne brings Roaring Forties tour to St Albans and Hertford

Ed Byrne brings his Roaring Forties stand-up tour to the Alban Arena in St Albans and Hertford Theatre

Ed Byrne brings his Roaring Forties stand-up tour to the Alban Arena in St Albans and Hertford Theatre

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Comedian Ed Byrne can be seen live in St Albans and Hertford over the coming weeks.

Irish comedian Ed Byrne is coming to the Alban Arena in St AlbansIrish comedian Ed Byrne is coming to the Alban Arena in St Albans

For a self-confessed “miserable old git”, comedian Ed Byrne must love touring as the Irishman is making another two visits to the county this month.

After stand-up dates in Stevenage and St Albans last year, Byrne brings his Roaring Forties show back to the Alban Arena, in St Albans, next week as part of the spring leg of his UK tour.

Following his sold-out performance in December, the Mock The Week regular will be appearing in St Albans on Wednesday, March 12 at 8pm.

He will then appear at Hertford Theatre on Friday, March 21, at 8pm.

Ed Byrne will be appearing in Hertfordshire this monthEd Byrne will be appearing in Hertfordshire this month

As the show’s name suggests, observational comedian Byrne’s now in his forties.

While for others this might result in a crisis that prompts the purchase of a sports car, Ed is embracing middle age with open arms.

However happily Ed slides into middle age, he isn’t ready for the slippers and woolly jumper quite yet.

Still as angry as ever, you wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of one of his withering rants.

Family life – he’s now a father of two – and everyday frustrations all come in for a pasting with hilarious results.

See for yourself when the curmudgeonly comic’s new show roars into the Alban Arena on Wednesday, March 12.

Tickets cost £22.50. Call the box office on 01727 844488 or book online at www.alban-arena.co.uk
Ed Byrne: Roaring Forties can also be seen at Hertford Theatre on Friday, March 21.

Suitable for ages 12 upwards, tickets are £22.50 plus transaction fee. Call the box office on 01992 531 500 or visit www.hertfordtheatre.com

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