Jimeoin - Turn It Up
Rescheduled: Sun 7 Nov 2021
This event has now been rescheduled due to the Covid-19 restrictions.
Jimeoin will now be at The Concert Hall on Sun 7 November 2021. (Originally 19 Feb 2021).
All existing tickets will transfer over to the new date. You can check the status of your tickets by logging in to your Reading Arts account.
If you can no longer attend the new date, please request a refund or credit here - firstname.lastname@example.org (By end of Feb 2021).
A brilliant evening of world-class comedy from the Irishman internationally celebrated as one of live
stand-up’s true masters. We’re thrilled to welcome Jimeoin to The Concert Hall as part of his new smash-hit “Turn it Up!” tour - don’t miss this hilarious show!
Jimeoin is an acclaimed, hugely loved and much respected comedian, with a wide appeal and a cheeky,
no-gimmicks and superbly observed sense of humour that has his audiences in stitches across the UK,
Europe, USA and of course Australia. The press say that he’s at the very top of the game - and we
It’s a great fun night out so don't miss your chance to see the award-winning star of TV shows including
‘Live at the Apollo’, ‘Conan’, ‘Royal Variety Performance' and ‘Sunday Night at the Palladium’ – Live!
‘At the top of his game… didn't leave a dry eye in the house’ ★★★★★ (Manchester Evening News)
‘Wickedly funny...The comedy greats make it seem effortless and Jimeoin, Melbourne's adopted son
from Northern Ireland, doesn't disappoint… Exhilarating’ ★★★★½ (The Age, Australia)
‘Inspired!… This is comedy of the highest order! (London Evening Standard)
‘Hilarious… If laughter is the best medicine, Jimeoin is a course of steroids…. Don’t you miss it!’
(Edinburgh Evening News)
‘A true comedy legend… still at the top of his game.’ ★★★★½ (Adelaide Advertiser)
‘Jimeoin recalls the familiar at a fantastically silly level, boiling his audience down to a tear-filled,
gibbering mess.’ (Scotland on Sunday)
‘A comic dynamo… exemplary stand-up comedy.’ ★★★★★ (The Herald)
‘Always, always funny’ (Herald Sun )
‘A comic masterpiece’ ★★★★ (Mail on Sunday)