Jake O’Kane is old enough to know better

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Continuing his run of sell-out tours, comedian Jake O’Kane is back with his new show, ‘Old Enough to Know Better’, and he will be taking to the stage of Theatre at the Mill on Friday January 20, 2017.

Combining stories from the year past with photos from the Irish News archive and the wackier side of the Internet, Jake dissects the insane from the mad and the worst from the bad, in his usual inimitable style. Be it the ceremonial burning of his ballot card on election day, or his near fatal car journey around the Arch De Triumph in his Euro’s documentary, Jake, as usual, has much to talk about.

Belfast-based stand-up Jake O’Kane had a baptism of fire into comedy in 1993. Within one week of appearing at a local comedy club’s try-out spot, Jake became a resident MC. Jake is now resident compere of Northern Ireland’s biggest and longest running comedy club The Empire Laughs Back at The Empire Music Hall in Belfast. Jake has toured extensively, working with some of the biggest names on the comedy circuit including Ardal O’Hanlon, Dylan Moran and Peter Kay.

On this tour, Jake is supported by talented comic Terry McHugh.

If you’ve caught Jake’s live tour before you’ll know this new show is not to be missed; if you haven’t, come along and see what you’ve been missing.

Please note the show contains adult reference and is for ages 16+ only.

The show begins at 7.45pm and tickets, priced £20.00, are on sale now from The Theatre at the Mill Box Office on 028 9034 0202 or online at www.theatreatthemill.com.