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Tadhg Hickey plays characters representing loyalism, Ireland, Scotland, England and others in his new sketch about Brexit

Tadhg Hickey plays characters representing loyalism, Ireland, Scotland, England and others in his new sketch about Brexit

Tadhg Hickey plays characters representing loyalism, Ireland, Scotland, England and others in his new sketch about Brexit

Tadhg Hickey plays characters representing loyalism, Ireland, Scotland, England and others in his new sketch about Brexit

Tadhg Hickey plays characters representing loyalism, Ireland, Scotland, England and others in his new sketch about Brexit

Tadhg Hickey plays characters representing loyalism, Ireland, Scotland, England and others in his new sketch about Brexit

Tadhg Hickey plays characters representing loyalism, Ireland, Scotland, England and others in his new sketch about Brexit

Tadhg Hickey plays characters representing loyalism, Ireland, Scotland, England and others in his new sketch about Brexit

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Tadhg Hickey plays characters representing loyalism, Ireland, Scotland, England and others in his new sketch about Brexit

A Co Cork comedian behind a viral sketch that sees a loyalist face an awkward conversation with housemates from England, Scotland and Ireland has spoken of how humour can break down Brexit's big questions.

Tadhg Hickey (38) works as a writer, comedian, performer and voice artist, and now his sketch 'Loyalism, but in a house share in Cork' has been viewed over a quarter of a million times on Twitter.

Playing all the roles himself, it sees a tense house meeting between a Rangers top-wearing loyalist, and housemates representing England, the Irish Republic, Scotland, the EU and a nearly forgotten Wales.


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