'Borderline' by Patrick Kielty
Patrick Kielty's new stand-up show 'Borderline' will take place next month. So, according to the announcement, the comedian will be performing at Soho Theatre, London W1D from June 27th to July 2nd.
In his stand-up show, Patrick Kielty tries to get to the bottom of why a dis-United Kingdom and a dis-United Ireland means for the future of our islands.
What's more, you can read the details of the stand-up tour here.
Bittersweet, poignant and laugh-out-loud funny, 'Borderline' is a comedic look at the UK political future from this award-winning comedian's personal past.
Patrick Kielty is a comedian from Northern Ireland. Also, Patrick appeared on Gerald Michael Anderson's Anderson on the Box programme in 1993.
Furthermore, Patrick Kielty interviewed former footballer George Best after the footballer had a liver transplant.
Also, in the 2000s Patrick Kielty hosted 14 episodes of the comedy game show Stupid Punts. Furthermore, Patrick introduced the series After The Break. He was perfectly capable of impersonating Martin McGuinness, who bore some resemblance to Arthur Ira Garfunkel. At the same time, Patrick Kielty performed the Simon and Garfunkel duo (Paul Frederic Simon and Arthur Ira Garfunkel) song "Bridge over Troubled Water".
Already in 2006 Patrick together with Kate Thornton broadcasted live on ITV about the 30th birthday of The Prince's Foundation.
It is worth noting that in 2021 Patrick took part in the filming of Ballywalter by Prasanna Puwanarajah.