The promoters behind Derry’s most popular comedy venue have secured a major coup for local comedy fans - by bringing Abandoman to the city - for one night only.
One of the most talked about comedy acts in recent years, Abandoman has supported worldwide superstar Ed Sheeran on tour.
A winner of the Hackney Empire Newcomer of the Year, Abandoman, the brain child of Irish comedian Rob Broderick, have appeared on BBC3′s Live at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, BBC2′s The Stephen K Amos Show, on Sky Arts as part of their Latitude coverage and many radio shows, including BBC Radio 1′s Fun And Filthy Cabaret.
They has also has opened for numerous comedy and music acts such as Micky Flanagan, Tommy Tiernan and DJ Yoda.
More recently they have even made an appearance on the Stephen Nolan show.
Abandoman create hilarious freestyle songs at lightening speed based on audience suggestions. The show is not for the faint-hearted but promises to be one to remember.
And, it wouldn’t be Mason’s if it didn’t come equipped with something a little extra too. That something comes in the form of NI comedy legend Micky Bartlett.
Micky has had another amazing year in stand up is and is currently prepping his brand new fringe show. He has recently been opening for the likes of Tommy Tiernan and Patrick Kielty as well being warm up for the likes of Miranda Hart and Jack Whitehall.
All this quality comedy is available on Thursday, June 18 at 9pm in Masons on Magazine Street. Admission is a mere £7. Entry comes complete with a free shot, drink promotions and live music follows in the downstairs bar