A Roller-Coaster Autumn For C’Est La Bea!

© Richard Gilligan

She’s only just finished wowing audiences at the Edinburgh and Dublin fringe festivals, but Aisling Bea shows no signs of slowing down any time soon, with a string of dates lined up over the next few months.

First off, Aisling is acting as support for sections of Ardal O’Hanlon’s UK tour – appearing with the Father Ted legend at his forthcoming York, St Albans, Harrowgate, Huddersfield and Coventry shows.

In between these, she’ll be appearing at various events and on numerous bills.  She’s one of a number of great comics (including Tony Law & Colin Hoult) due to appear at The Invisible Dot in Camden over the next few weeks, being booked for Saturday, 28th September alongside James Acaster and Bridget Christie – tickets for which are on sale here.

Miss Bea will also be appearing at Harry Deansaway’s regular comedy night Shambles on Thursday, 3rd October, and at Up The Greek in Greenwich a few days later on Sunday, 6th October.

Further dates across October include: Waterloo East Theatre (7th Oct), the London Irish Comedy Festival, Camden (11th Oct), Twice As Nice Comedy, Hammersmith (13th Oct) and Picadilly Comedy Club (19th Oct).

The end of October sees her travel to Galway for the Bulmer’s Comedy Festival, where she’ll be performing her full length Foster’s nominated solo show, C’Est La Bea on Saturday 26th, plus a set alongside Roisin Dubh & David O’Doherty the previous evening.

With more dates planned across November already, it’d be a wise idea to keep a close eye on Aisling’s website for further developments and ticket links, and we’ll try to bring you more updates as soon as we have ’em, so stay peeled.

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