JAKE O’KANE: Walking the Line
Comedy King Jake O’Kane brings his brand new show ‘Walking the Line’ to theatres across Northern Ireland
Tickets on sale NOW
Friday 27 December: Ardhowen, Enniskillen
Saturday 28 December & Sunday 29 December: Market Place, Armagh
Monday 30 December: Marine Hotel, Ballycastle
Thursday 2 January & Friday 3 January: Theatre at the Mill, Newtownabbey
Saturday 4 January: Strule Arts Centre, Omagh
Thursday 9 January to Sunday 12 January: Ulster Hall, Belfast
Friday 17 January: Island Hall, Lagan Valley, Lisburn
Saturday 18 January: Millennium Forum, Derry
Friday 24 January: Canal Court Hotel, Newry
Thursday 30 January: McNeill Theatre, Larne
Friday 31 January: The Braid, Ballymena
Saturday 1 February: Alley Theatre, Strabane
Friday 7 February & Saturday 8 February: Riverside Theatre, Coleraine
Friday 14 February: Burnavon, Cookstown
Saturday 15 February: The Great Hall, Downshire Estate, Downpatrick
‘Walking The Line’ sees Northern Ireland’s most popular comic once again cast his caustic eye over the events of the last year. As always, nothing and no-one are beyond attack as Jake continues his sixth year of sell-out tours.
Jake’s show is a heady mix of video, photos and general mayhem as he picks apart our dysfunctional society. Once again, Jake will be ably supported by the talented Terry McHugh.
If you’ve already seen Jake perform, you’ll be back for more; if you’ve yet to catch him live, don’t wait too long to book as his shows sell out fast!
He’s an actor, a mimic, an unstoppable witty, erudite man who has his eye on the ball and leaves our sides sore: Irish News
From the moment he walked on stage, he had the audience in the palm of his hand. He could have just given them a look and everyone would have been in stitches: Belfast Live