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Ricky Gervais bringing Humanity live comedy show to Belfast's Waterfront

Published 01/12/2016

Ricky Gervais is to bring his brand new live show Humanity to Belfast’s Waterfront in March for two nights only.

Ricky Gervais is returning to the stage with his first stand-up tour in seven years.

2016 has been a busy year for Gervais, with the cinematic and DVD release of David Brent: Life On The Road, the release of David Brent & Foregone Conclusion - Life On The Road the album, the launch of Special Correspondents on Netflix as well as the publication of the David Brent Songbook and the hosting of the Golden Globes for a 4th time.

2017 begins with Ricky Gervais’s return to stand-up.

The creator and star of The Office, Extras & Derek, Ricky Gervais has won three Golden Globes, two Primetime Emmy Awards and seven BAFTA’s. His hit series The Office is the most successful British comedy of all time, shown in more than 90 countries with seven remakes. Ricky Gervais is an award-winning stand-up comedian with four international tours to date.

His 2007 stand up show ‘Fame’ became the fastest selling UK stand-up show in history with 100,000 tickets for his London shows going in 9 minutes.

Tickets Information

Tickets go on sale on Friday December 2 at 10am

Tickets for Belfast Waterfront are available:

In person at the Ulster Hall Office

By Telephone: 028 9033 4455

Book On Line: www.waterfront.co.uk

(Please note that the box-office at the Waterfront is closed – tickets available in-person from the ULSTER HALL)

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