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ED2012 Comedy Review: Rory O’Hanlon – A Bit Of Craic In The Afternoon (Rory O’Hanlon)

By | Published on Friday 31 August 2012

If like me, you are growing tired of plastic chairs and sitting far too close to a stranger whilst enjoying an Edinburgh Fringe show, here’s a little tip for you. Why not kick back on a sofa and enjoy some craic with Rory O’Hanlon in the afternoon? Complete with ginger hair and accent, O’Hanlon is the ultimate Irish comedian, not scared to ridicule stereotypes of himself, and also add something extra to the pot. O’Hanlon’s act is nothing unique; the mystical and enchanting thing has definitely been brought to life before; but it’s his delivery and charm that make him so irresistible. O’Hanlon’s calm nature and trusting face, mean his craic is very easy to follow and hugely enjoyable.

Rush Bar, 2-25 Aug (not 12, 13, 16, 17), 4.15pm.
tw rating 3/5 | [Susan Ford]


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