You might have seen Kiri on Comedy Central at the Comedy Store, The Russell Howard Hour or heard her on The Now Show. You might have no idea who she is, that’s fine too. What you should know is, she’s very quietly been going mad for a few years and, to borrow a phrase from Uma Thurman, she’s been ‘waiting… to feel less angry’. So, it’s time to talk about victims, love and lies. You might not believe her, but she’s used to that.
‘Making powerhouse stand-up from the thorniest of subjects’ ★★★★ (Guardian).
“This show was heart-wrenchingly, tear-jerkingly funny, with an honest sentiment and an empowering message” ★★★★★- The Voice
“Fusing humour with biting reality in a way that is very powerful” ★★★★★– Three Weeks
“Ballsy and funny, and smart” ★★★★- Chortle
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AFTER THE GIG
Live in the Front Bar, 11pm: The Dublin Blues Cartel feat. Mik Pyro, Pat Farrell, John Quearney & Eoin Redmond | Free Entry