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Pick of the Week: Monday Night Comedy -The Pavilion

October 1, 2015 Laura Caldwell 0 Comments

Just a word of warning, this isn’t exactly our regular Pick of the Week format –  in fact Monday Night Comedy at The Pavilion in Belfast could be our pick every for every week. Whether you’re an amateur, a professional or just after a good laugh, The Pavilion is the place to be for weekday funnies in Belfast. Held every Monday night, entry is £4 (or £3 if you’re a student) and you can organise a spot to perform through the Facebook page here or contact them via Twitter here.

A whole host of famous funny-men and women have graced the stage at the Pavilion, including the USA’s own Rich Hall who performed a 20 minute set at last week’s comedy night so you never know who’s going to pop up.

The pavilion is a wonderful, humble room where you can catch the stars of tomorrow performing in an intimate space. Whether it’s established acts like Micky Bartlett (BBC’s monumental), Shane Todd (BBC’s Monumental, Harlem Gun club, Mike Mcgoldrick) Colin Geddis (I AM FIGHTER, Besty McD) or first-timers, it’s all happening at Monday Night Comedy, where you can see a mix of experienced acts trying out new material and new recruits doing the dreaded first gig. Everyone has 7-10 minutes, capped off with a longer set from a headliner. It’s all held together by our manic, extroverted and most importantly hilarious MCs George Firehorse and Conor Mcginley!

Where: The Pavilion Bar, Belfast
When: Every Monday Night, 8.30pm
The Damage: £4


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