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Three dates from Brendan Grace

Monday, 7th January, 2013 10:30am

Story by John Donohoe
Three dates from Brendan Grace
Three dates from Brendan Grace

The greatest family comedian of his generation, Brendan Grace, presents an 'Evening of Nostalgia' with a presentation of funny pieces that will have the audience rolling in the isles with laughter. Brendan's latest show, coming to Trim, Kells and Enfield, features a collection of his best-loved pieces from over the decades. It's almost a 'greatest hits' style show that is sure to delight and thrill the many aficionados who love his mastery of a craft that he has perfected over the years.

All time favorite sketches include father of the bride, Chinese takeaway, best of Bottler, mother-in-law, Irish astronauts, Dan Dooly's Donkey, Fr Fintan Stack and many more hilarious pieces.

A brilliant character actor, his sense of timing and ability to read an audience is without equal. In more recent times Brendan has managed to attract a younger

audience, mainly because the content of his show is suitable for all the family and also because of his appearance on 'Fr Ted' in the role of Fr Fintan Stack.

The genial Dubliner has a very special bond with Irish audiences and is much loved by young and old not least because he gives very generously of his time after each Concert.

The 'meet and greet' is now very much part and parcel of each show and Brendan's very down to earth approach is much appreciated by all. There's no cynicism, vulgarity or meanness in a Brendan Grace show. He maintains a gold bar standard that leaves others trailing in his slipstream. The Trim date is 10th January in Knightsbrook Hotel, 24th January in the Headfort Arms, Kells, and 30th January in the Johnstown House Hotel, Enfield.

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