No Blacks, No Jews, No Dogs, No Irish - All Welcome
'Seriously funny' (Time Out). Following his phenomenally successful 2008 show about the death penalty, comedian Keith Farnan takes a fierce and funny look at racism and religion-ism.The title of Keith Farnan's show originates in a sign he once saw on the wall of his boss' office whilst working in the US. Farnan bases his material around this anecdote and uses it to examine prejudice around the world, and in particular the Irish experience. Farnan clearly knows his stuff and the show is often as much education as it is comedy, as he fills his routines with little-known facts and interesting information. There is much to like, particularly because Farnan himself is such an amiable personality and admits to battling with prejudices of his own, whilst his far-reaching travels provide some very funny and revealing stories about cultural difference and national prejudices.
|Category:||Arts and Cultural Events: Granary Theatre|
|Target Audience:||All Welcome|
|Admission Price: €||15 / €10|