Don't miss Abie Philbin Bowman's new show 'Developing the Country as a Hole'

Comedy

Don't miss Abie Philbin Bowman's new show 'Developing the Country as a Hole'

Abie Philbin Bowman's live show, entitled 'Developing the Country as a Hole', will feature at The Source Arts Centre in Thurles on Saturday, April 2nd at 8pm.

Are Irish people scared that if we don’t buy a house someone will steal it from us for eight hundred years? And, what’s the point of marriage? Is it to find someone, who freakily resembles one of your parents, so that you can then spend eternity having the same three arguments?

'Developing the Country as a Hole' is the new stand-up show from Abie Philbin Bowman. An hour with Abie will bring you on a fast-paced journey of personal anecdotes, current affairs and subversive political satire, punctuated with nerdy humour of the so-bad-it’s-good variety. This is a comedy about rejecting emigration, buying a house, inflicting Ireland on your beloved and explaining the Irish political system by adding three letters to the end of every party’s name to remind you what they stand for.

Bowman is a thoughtful and quick-witted comic and you will soon see why Abie has been chosen to warm up crowds for Andrew Maxwell, Trevor Noah and Reginald D Hunter to name but a few.

Abie Philbin Bowman's live show, entitled 'Developing the Country as a Hole', will feature at The Source Arts Centre in Thurles on Saturday, April 2nd at 8pm.

For all bookings and enquiries pleae call the box office on 0504 90204 or alternatively you can visit The Source online at thesourceartscentre.ie.