I Wrote a Joke in 1987

Michael Redmond

Michael Redmond wrote a joke in 1987. He then left Dublin to try his luck on the London comedy circuit… with just the one joke! This is the story of that journey and why he has left something in his will to Ryan Tubridy.

Probably best known for his role as the monosyllabic priest, Father Stone, in the iconic sitcom, Father Ted, Michael promises that he will use some two/three syllable words in the show and might even throw in one with four syllables. He also guarantees that there is more than one joke in the show.

[blockquote_left] 26 – 27 Jul | 8pm | Boys School [/blockquote_left]


Written and performed by Michael Redmond

Contains the use of occasional bad language. Suitable for ages 18+.

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