Irish Comedian Tommy Tiernan Is Returning On Tour To Wexford In 2023

Legendary Irish comedian, Tommy Tiernan, has added more dates to his tour…

Tiernan announced details for his new tour today. His Irish tour, entitled ‘Tomfoolery’ will be commenced last February.

Tiernan arrived on tour to the National Opera House in Wexford on May 7th 2022.

Given his popularity and the demand for tickets, the Irish comedian has decided to add another date and Wexford people will be delighted to hear that he will be coming back to Wexford.

He will be returning to the National Opera House in Wexford on the 24th of March (Friday) and on the 25th of March 2023 (Saturday).

Along with a new Wexford date for 2023, he has also added new tour dates for Dublin, Cork, Belfast, Waterford, Kilkenny, Carlow, Louth, Leitrim, Mayo, Derry and Donegal.

Tommy has been a stand-up comic now for more than 25 years, appeared on countless television shows including The Late Show with David Letterman 3 times and has had his own one hour special broadcast on Comedy Central USA. Not only has he performed in far flung places like Moscow and Moosejaw but he’s also toured every nook and cranny of the 32 counties of Ireland north and south from Tory Island to the Wexford Opera House

Tickets from €35 will go on sale from online Wednesday, 14 December at 10am from and from local venues.

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