More about Bernard

Tour Dates with Karl Spain for the Fat Chancers Tour

September

 

29th Kilmore Hotel Cavan

 

https://ticketstop.ie/view.php?id=1356 

 

October

 

6th Solstice Navan

 

http://www.solsticeartscentre.ie/comedy/bernard-oshea-and-karl-spain-fat-chancers.2279.html

 

13th Hawkswell Sligo

 

http://www.hawkswell.com/events/event/bernard-oshea-karl-spain-fat-chancers

 

14th Mill Theatre Dundrum

 

http://www.milltheatre.ie/events/fat-chancers-bernard-oshea-karl-spain/

 

20th Venue Theatre Ratoath

 

https://venuetheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873578691

 

21st Source Arts Thurles

 

http://www.thesourceartscentre.ie/events/info/fat-chancers-stand-up-from-bernard-oshea-and-karl-spain

 

 

November 

 

3rd Glenroyal Maynooth

 

https://ticketstop.ie/view.php?id=1357

 

4th Riverbank Theatre Newbridge (waiting for them to put it up on sale)

 

10th Axis Ballymun

 

http://www.axisballymun.ie/whatson/shows/fat-chancers

 

11th Radisson Hotel Athlone

 

https://ticketstop.ie/view.php?id=1358

 

17th The Midlands Park Hotel Portlaoise (Heritage Hotel)

 

https://www.ticketweb.ie/event/bernard-oshea-karl-spain-the-midlands-park-hotel-tickets/7554905?REFERRAL_ID=tmfeed&_ga=2.40150820.768707160.1501164911-1022684863.1434367386

 

18th Theatre Royal Waterford

 

https://theatreroyal.ticketsolve.com/shows/873577995/events/128078294/seats?zone=Stalls

 

25th Birr Theatre (waiting for them to put it up on sale)

 

Praise For Edinburgh 08 Show

The Scotsman (5 star review)

More than any show I have seen this Fringe, I desperately want to see it again. It is O'Shea's first show in Edinburgh and is endlessly delightful and surprising. O'Shea has the soft, buttery tones of Ardal O'Hanlon married to the kind of luxuriant angst, glorious vulnerabilities and fabulous impromptu raging that reminds you how extraordinary stand-up can be.
 
His show is a heady mix of autobiographical, anecdotal, obsessional and observational riffs, plus songs. It is a hour during which, in turns, you want to hug him, laugh, cry and possibly alert social services.