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Reginald D Hunter coming to Belfast with The Aluminum Negro tour

Published 15/12/2015

Reginald D Hunter will play Belfast's Mandela Hall on Sunday June 12.
Reginald D Hunter will play Belfast's Mandela Hall on Sunday June 12.

Comedian Reginald D Hunter is bringing his tour to Belfast.

Reginald has become one of the Comedy Industry’s best-known performers for his distinctive, no holds barred, take on subjects including race and sexuality.

His work can be brutally honest and is often considered to be controversial but it is always meticulously thought out and he has never been afraid to face challenging issues head on, even when focusing on his own principles or beliefs.

Reginald D Hunter returns to Ireland in June 2016 for the inaugural Tour of his brand new show “The Aluminum Negro”.

As well as his frequent live appearances he is a well-known face on TV shows such as  8 Out Of 10 Cats, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and QI and is a frequent guest on Have I Got News For You.

He has appeared in Argumental for Dave Channel and Would I Lie To You and Live At The Apollo for BBC1.

Following a hugely successful year touring the world Reginald returned to his birthplace in America in 2015 to film the critically acclaimed BBC2 series Reginald D Hunter’s Songs Of The South, which documented his epic road trip from North Carolina to New Orleans through 150 years of American popular song.

In his tour Reginald D Hunter sets out to take his audience on a bountiful romp through today’s politically correct minefield whilst, at the same time, attempting to shield them from any truths they would much rather avoid.

Tour dates

Belfast: Mandela Hall on Sunday June 12.

Derry: The Millennium Forum Theatre Thursday June 9.

Dublin: Vicar St – Sat June 11

Tickets are priced £20 and go on sale on Wednesday December 16 at 9am through www.ticketmaster.ie and all usual outlets nationwide.

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