Vittorio Angelone: Translations

Vittorio Angelone: Translations

Vittorio Angelone: Translations

The Deer’s Head Music Hall

Sunday, 15 January, 8.00pm


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After a fully sold out run with extra shows added at Edinburgh Fringe 2022, Vittorio brings his debut stand-up show to Belfast.

Irish-Italian comedian Vittorio Angelone went to see Brian Friel’s Translations’ at the National Theatre in London. He loved the play, still does, but was deeply disturbed (read: pissed off) by the reaction of the English audience. Join him as he tackles being Irish in England, identity, and the sad comedy shows that seem to win awards.


★★★★★ – The Student

“Just wow.”

★★★★½ – Chortle

“Come for the caustic wit, stay for a poignancy that never strays into shameless pandering.” – Rolling Stone Magazine

“So much better than he has any right to be at this stage of his career” – Adam Rowe

“British stand-up’s new wonderkid. Emphasis on the British please. Underlined.” – Fin Taylor

As seen on: BBC One, Channel 4, Have a Word podcast

Tour support for: Adam Rowe, Jason Manford, Dan Nightingale and Shane Todd

BBC New Comedy Award Regional Finalist

British Comedian of the Year Semi-Finalist

NOMINEE: Dave’s Best Newcomer at Edinburgh Fringe 2022

Doors 7:30pm | Unreserved Seating

Tickets also available from: Visit Belfast | 028 90 246 609
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