Jimmy Carr reschedules Irish shows including Cork Opera House gigs
Jimmy Carr has announced rescheduled dates for his Irish tour “Terribly Funny”, due to ongoing pandemic concerns.
All original tickets are valid for new dates.
Irish fans can catch Jimmy’s Terribly Funny live show in Galway, Sligo, Cork, Wexford, Killarney, Drogheda, Dundalk, Dublin, Letterkenny, Monaghan, Carrick On Shannon, Limerick, Mayo & Cavan in May 2022!
Carr's three Cork Opera House shows will now take place over two days on Saturday 28th May 2022 and Sunday 29th May 2022.
Tickets from €36 including booking fee and restoration levy available now via www.ticketmaster.ie and venue box offices.
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