Jason Byrne: Audience Precipitation
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Jason Byrne: Audience Precipitation

He's back for more comedy chaos! Jason haslearnt over the past few years that we all need to "play" a bit more in ourlives.

With this in mind, Jason will do what he doesbest, connecting with the audience in a way no other comic can. Whether it'sinviting or dragging (as it has been known) people up onto stage and making a"holy show of them" as they say in Ireland.

Jason's Audience Precipitation, will be alaugh out loud, must see show, with a light drizzle of audience participation&ooohhh clever that.

"Unmissable"- Evening Standard

"Watchinga new Jason Byrne show is a bit like witnessing lightning in a botttle" - Edinburgh Evening News

"Byrneis consistently brilliant" - The Metro

"Theoutright king of live comedy" - Times

Website: www.jasonbyrne.ie




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