TERESA LIVINGSTONE & DIONA DOHERTY
Two for the price of one but double trouble with two of Northern Ireland's funniest comedians.
Teresa is a musical comedian who covers everything from sleazebags in bars to becoming the proud owner of 'going out leggings' with a bit of cake and wine thrown in for good measure. She spent her thirties being delighted by the success of others and her ever-fluctuating weight but her forties are here and there’s no time like the present to rewrite the rules and sing what’s on her mind. As seen on BBC’s Blame Game, Soft Border Patrol and Late Licence, with a piano, a gin, and the voice of a woman who has reached the point of no return, Teresa is ready to share.
“One of the few Belfast acts moving away from traditional stand up”
“With hilarious songs like “Cake and Wine” and “Nice Ladies”, no one escapes Teresa’s commentary.”
Cake and wine?
Diona Doherty is making waves in the entertainment world from all angles. She played Katya in Derry Girls for Ch4/Netflix, starred in three series of BBC improvised comedy Soft Border Patrol and can be seen as Grainne in BBC's Give My Head Peace. Diona played the lead in BBC Sounds series What Happens In Ulster, is a series regular in A Perforated Ulster as well as appearing in TV drama Penance for Ch5 and new comedy pilot Dry Your Eyes for BBC.
Diona has joined the long running BBC panel show The Blame Game and the only female panelist and was also shortlisted to the N.I final of The BBC New Comedy Awards 2021 and her latest comedy play Bridesmaids Of Northern Ireland will tour the country in October 2022.
Part of our Comedy Arts Festival 2022
This event is part of Portico's 2022 Comedy Arts Festival taking place 16-25 Sept and supported by Ards and North Down Borough Council.
The Portico of Ards is in picturesque Portaferry on the edge of Strangford Lough and there are lots of fabulous places to eat, drink and sleep as well as lots of lovely things to do. To find out more go to VisitArdsandNorthDown.com
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