Niamh Marron: Floater
  • West End

Irish comedian Niamh Marron brings you her new show 'Floater', fresh from a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

A dynamic show about how interesting life can become when you lose your mind, change your attitude and start your bucket list early.

Simply a show where I have the craic and you have a laugh.

EARLYBIRD OFFER: Book before 20th Sept = 8.50 (inc fees)

Tour support for Katherine Ryan's Glitter Room tour

As Seen On BBC1, RTE1, RTE2, TV3 & SKY Arts.

Winner of Show me the Funny, Ire & Up the Creek, London.

Runner up of Funny Women Awards & Omagh's Best New Comedian.

Finalist of The RTE's New Comedy Awards & Bulmers Nothing but Funny.

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"Effective bit of rambunctiousness" - Steve Bennett, Chortle

"Risky, edgy & a very naughty girl" - Simon Cowell

"A fast polished & confident flow of jokes & crowd interaction" - Big Sigh Media

"Honest, Funny & Fearless" - Hastings Festival

"Consistently excellent, a live wire" - Hotpress Magazine

"Brassy irreverence was effective... making a name for herself" - Bruce Dessau, Beyond the Joke

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