Paddy McDonnell burst onto the comedy scene in Northern Ireland in 2011 and within 9 months was supporting acts like Des Bishop and Ardal O’Hanlon. From then Paddy has established himself as a headline act up and down the down the Island of Ireland.
Paddy’s raucous storytelling has had audiences in fits of laughter from tales of working as a taxi man to everyday tales of being a husband and father. To date, Paddy has had five one man shows but his Dagger show was the highlight of the Belfast Belly Laughs Festival in 2015, selling out and getting a 5 star review.
Paddy is a regular headliner at all the main Belfast comedy nights as well as being the first comedian to have played the West Belfast Féile 6 times. Some of comedy’s biggest names have shared the stage with him, from Frankie Boyle, Jason Manford, Paddy Kielty and Andrew Maxwell to name a few.
Having sold out multiple nights at the Limelight and the Ulster Hall in Belfast, Paddy brings his On The Tools show to Glasgow for the first time.