04 Dec 2021

Andrew Maxwell to visit Tullamore and Birr on ‘Banana Kingdom’ tour

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Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Andrew Maxwell is back in Ireland this Spring with a brand new show which will take in both Birr and Tullamore.

Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Andrew Maxwell is back in Ireland this Spring with a brand new show which will take in both Birr and Tullamore.

Packed full of fearlessly intelligent topical observations, delivered in his animated and inclusive style, ‘Banana Kingdom’ recently completed a sell-out run in one of the Edinburgh Fringe’s biggest venues (playing to over 10,000 people) and a hit run in London’s Soho Theatre.

With this blissfully funny show,Andrew will cover most of Ireland, taking in twenty seven venues across the country, kicking off on February 14.

He will be in Tullamore at the Tullamore Court Hotel on February 26 and in the Birr Theatre & Arts Centre on March 13.

Andrew has sold out every Edinburgh run since 2005, playing to over 70,000 comedy fans in that festival alone. A familiar face on our TV screens, you’ve seen him star on The Panel (RTE) One Night Stand (Dave), Monumental , Conspiracy Roadtrip and Live at the Apollo (BBC), 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), John Bishop’s Only Joking (Sky) and Celebrity Juice (ITV2).

Now see him live! Tickets and details at




Fri 14th - Waterford, The Forum Lounge

Sat 15th - Carlow, The Tower at Dinn Rí Hotel

Sun 16th - Wexford, Greenacres

Wed 19th - BallyBofey, Co Donegal, Balor Arts Centre

Thurs 20th Carrick On Shannon, Co Leitrim The Dock

Fri 21st - Omagh, Daly’s Comedy Club

Sat 22nd - Castlebar, Co Mayo Royal Theatre

Sun 23rd - Sligo, 5th On Teeling

Wed 26th - Tullamore, Co. Offaly, Tullamore Court Hotel

Thurs 27th - Cavan, The Imperial



Fri 7th - Portlaoise, Co Laois, Kavanaghs

Sat 8th - Athlone, Athlone Springs Hotel

Sun 9th - Kilkenny, Set Theatre

Wed 12th - Ennis, Co Clare, glór

Thurs 13th - Birr, Co Offaly, Birr Theatre & Arts Centre

Fri 14th - Derry UK, Millennium Forum

Sat 15th - Galway, Roisin Dubh

Sun 16th - Cork, Opera House

Wed 19th - Tralee, Co Kerry, Siamsa Tire Theatre

Thurs 20th - Clonmel, Co Tipperary, O’Keeffes

Fri 21st - Thurles, Co Tipperary, The Source Arts Centre

Sat 22nd - Limerick, Dolans

Sun 23rd - Ashbourne Co Meath, Ashbourne House Hotel

Wed 26th - Newbridge, Co Kildare, Riverbank Arts Centre

Thurs 27th - Belfast, Queen’s Mandela Hall

Fri 28th - Dublin, Vicar Street

Sat 29th - Drogheda, Co Louth, TLT Theatre

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