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Maxwell to play two Offaly dates

Monday, 24th February, 2014 2:24pm

Story by Laura Ryder
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Maxwell to play two Offaly dates

Double Edinburgh comedy award nominee Andrew Maxwell is back in Ireland this spring with a brand new show, and he’s bringing it to Offaly on the double.

Packed full of topical observations delivered in his animated style, Maxwell’s “Banana Kingdom” will come to the Tullamore Court Hotel on Wednesday, February 26 and to Birr Theatre and Arts Centre on Thursday, March 13.

Andrew Maxwell has sold out every Edinburgh run since 2005. A familiar face on television screens, he’s a regular contributor to The Panal, One Stand Stand, Monumental, Conspiracy Roadtrip, Live at the Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats, John Bishop’s Only Joking and Celebrity Juice.

More details and tickets are available at www.andrewmaxwellcomedian.com.

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