Pat Shortt & Faye Shortt: 'Knuckle Down'

Pat Shortt & Faye Shortt: 'Knuckle Down'

Saturday, 6 January 2024, 8.00pm

Pat and Faye Shortt are back again with their brand-new slick comedy show, following their hugely popular sell out 2023“Well” tour.

Pat and Faye Shortt return with their new show 'Knuckle Down'. After their sell out tour of 'Well', a collection of mad characters that won over audiences in venues throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland, this father and daughter comedy duo have come together once again and are selling out venues across the country.

'Knuckle Down' shows off the incredible talent of these two performers ad they glide seamlessly from stand up to hilarious characterisation of everyday Irish people. They have the genius of taking everyday ordinary situations and making us laugh at the mundane. Previously described as being indigenously Irish in their approach and observation of characters, 'Knuckle Down' doesn’t disappoint.

Characters such as 'Michael' (Pat Shortt) the hapless builder (followed weekly on Tik Tok, X, Insta and Facebook by hundreds of thousands) who seems to have the answer to all things that are wrong in the world and shares the advice gifted to him by his late grandmother from Tipperary. Another outrageous character is the “mother of the child” (Faye Shortt) at the school railings waiting to pick up her child PJ. It’s not like her at all to talk bad about anyone but she just can’t help herself, sharing her views on the school principal and her tummy tucking friend back from Turkey.

The sharp wit and physical comedy genius of this comedic duo will have you in pain with laughter.

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Published by The Source Arts Centre on 9 November 2023

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