Tony Cantwell

Cyprus Avenue

Sat 9 Oct 2021 (event has already taken place)
Doors: 7:00 pm
€17.50



Intimate show. Extremely limited tickets available

Tony Cantwell is a Dublin based comedian and improviser.

With his videos; he’s generated over 4 million views online and amassed quite a cult-following thanks to his oddball alter-egos Ploon, Your Ma’s Mate and The Dublin Frenchman as well as hundreds more created through his daily Instagram stories.

As a performer; runs of his 2018 show ‘Soft Boy’ and 2020's "Pure Grá" sold out in just 20 minutes, followed by sell-out shows at Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Cork and both appearances at Vodafone Comedy Festival.

He’s also the host of the chart-topping monster comedy show ‘Sexy Beasts’. His podcast “Tony Cantwell’s Shitshow” is one of Irelands most popular and beloved podcasts.

“One of Ireland's greatest ever comedy sketches.” - JOE.ie

“His unconventional take on comedy belongs on The Adult Swim network.” - The Irish Times

“One of the city’s most exciting emerging comics” – Totally Dublin

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COVID RESTRICTIONS

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>>This is a seated show only.

>>Groups should arrive to venue together. Seats are not assigned and will be seated on a first come first seated basis.

>>Proof of vaccine certs are required upon arrival

>>Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated

>>The lead booker must provide details for contact tracing should it be required.

>>Please do not attend these events if you have any symptoms of COVID19 .

>>Admission subject to Covid health guidelines for indoor performances at the time of concert.

>>There is a very limited number of tickets available for these events, capacity and seating set up will depend on public health guidance at the time of the concert.

>>All concerts are over 18.

>>Lead booker must provide identification at venue.

>>Public health guidance at the time of the concert must be adhered to at all times.

>>This show has been part funded by the Department of Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media through the Live Performance Support Scheme.