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Micky Bartlett - Love It Tour
Saturday, 08 February 2020  7:00  
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Saturday, 08 February 2020,  7:00 - 10:00

Following a sell out show at the Famous Ulster hall, and his third tour of Australia, Micky Bartlett is going on tour with his smash hit show "Love it!"

A regular feature on BBCNI (the blame game, monumental) with appearances on BBC Scotland and BBC radio 4, Lurgan man Micky Bartlett might just be able to move out of his mum's house...and he's only 32.

Divulging more hilarious secrets that most people wouldn't tell their priest, Micky takes you through the journey of his own head. Strap in, you're going to love it! 'Hour of cracking comedy!' **** (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine). 'Impressive... a stand-up natural... Masterful!' **** ( 'Accomplished... intelligently done... always funny!' ( 'Bartlett is one of the finest comedy talents this country has ever produced' - Belfast Live

Location The Bank
1-2 Trevor Hill
BT34 1DN
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