Pat Shortt is back on stage in The Landmark Hotel on April 3rd with his hilarious new show.
started in comedy when he left Art College. With Jon Kenny he created 'D'Unbelievables', Ireland's most popular comedy duo. Together they performed their unique brand of comedy in theatres all over Ireland, Great Britain and The United States as well as various countries across Europe. They produced four critically acclaimed and sell-out shows as well as writing and producing chart-topping Videos.
As a solo artist Pat's first show was a sell-out. Called simply Pat Shortt Live it played more than 250 dates around Ireland. It began at the Cats Laughs Festival in Kilkenny, where it sold out before the festival even opened, the first act ever to achieve this landmark. The undoubted hit of the Festival, Pat's work was hailed as "comic genius" by the Irish Times.
His second show "You Won't Get Away With That Here" has achieved equal success selling out shows all over the country.
Pat also toured extensively with his next Live Show 'Pat Shortt in The Hall'. The reformation of the D'Unbelievables with Jon Kenny has been extremely popular, and they toured to packed houses with huge success in the Spring of 2011. Pat also starred at the National Concert Hall as Herod in Jesus Christ Superstar in 2010.
In the Spring of 2012, Pat began touring with his new solo Live Show 'I Am The Band', which is about the life of this country's foremost musician - Dixie Walsh.
Pat has recently completed two films, 'Soulboy', directed by Shimmy Marcus and 'Guard', with Brendan Gleeson and directed by John Martin McDonagh.
Pat's latest appearance in Lance Daly's 'Life's a Breeze', should be due to hit the big screen later this year. Pat has recently filmed 'Moone Boy', the new series with Chris O'Dowd for Sky 1 HD and has also completed filming on 'Calvary', the new film directed by John Martin McDonagh.
Tickets €28.00, are available from Hotel Reception.
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