Jimmy Carr has just announced a massive Irish comedy tour for 2017/2018, including three nights at Dublin's Olympia Theatre.
The TV personality and all-round funny man will bring his live stand-up show to 10 venues across the country.
Kicking off in Dublin, The Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour, will then travel across the length and breath of the Ireland, with shows scheduled for Cork, Athlone, Wexford, Kilkenny, Carrick On Shannon, Sligo, Letterkenny and Galway, befopre finishing off in Killarney on July 1.
Having already sold out venues across the UK, this tour from one of the greatest stand-ups of our time is a must-see for any comedy fan.
Tickets cost €35.00 (inc. booking fee), and go on sale this Friday, October 6, at 9am via Ticketmaster.
Jimmy Carr was left a little red-faced last night after an inappropriate joke he made got a less-than-desired reaction from the crowd.
The comedian was hosting last night’s Q Awards when he made an ill-conceived “joke” about Oscar Pistorious, who was jailed for five years on Tuesday for the murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Jimmy was speaking about toilet queues when he said: “So frustrating. All I’m saying is I can see it from Oscar Pistorious’ point of view.”
Rather unfortunately, the comedian didn’t stop there and went on to say: “That’s not the controversial bit. Here it comes…I blame her. If she hadn’t been in that disabled toilet none of this would have happened.”
The crowd were unforgiving and Jimmy’s comments went down like a lead balloon leaving an awkward silence in its wake.
The comedian then tried to loosen the crowd up and shouted at them: “It’s the f***ing Q Awards, come on!”
He wasn’t oblivious to his mess-up and later told The Mirror: “I think it went all right. I’m going to go home and write some new jokes.”
Might be a good move, Jimmy…
Something tells us he won't be getting a gig stateside anytime soon.