Ten Songs to Die For
Everyone's life has a soundtrack, but there's none quite as comedic as Owen O'Neill's
Tues 24 to Thurs 26 July, 8pm
Everyone has a soundtrack to their lives. Tunes that accompany the most tragic, joyful and comic moments.
In his new stand-up show, Owen O'Neill will take you on a wild musical journey through moments of madness, misery and hilarity.
O'Neill is an award-winning stand-up comedian, writer and actor. He made his stand-up TV debut in 1985 on Saturday Live and has since performed all over the world. He has guested twice on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. He is an annual visitor to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where he has produced, directed and starred in eight one man-shows, winning a string of awards including two Fringe Firsts, the Edinburgh Critics Award for Best Comedy, a Perrier nomination and the LWT award for best original one-man play.
What reviewers have said about his previous shows...
To call what he does 'stand-up' doesn't do him justice. This is genuine comedy from the gut, a true original - The Scotsman
O’Neill held the audience in thrall throughout, a master storyteller - New Yorker
O'Neill is a genuine storyteller full of heart and soul he is also very funny - The New York Times
Wild and wonderful anarchy - The Telegraph
Muscular and vivid storytelling. I didn’t see anything better - The Spectator