Jason Byrne: Wrecked but Ready

Jason Byrne: Wrecked but Ready

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Jason Byrne returns with his brand-new show, Wrecked But Ready. After 23 consecutive years Jason is wrecked but he is as ever ready (which is a battery, but he’s more Duracell than Eveready).
 

In particular the past year has been extremely testing for the wrecked Jason, but despite all this is he’s waiting to spill it out on stage. No one show is the same, expect all the usual spontaneous fun, come along and witness ‘the outright King of live comedy’ The Times.

Duration: 1 hour 50mins with interval

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Age guideline 14+, contains strong language

  • Unmissable.
       
    Evening Standard
  • Byrne is consistently brilliant
       
    Metro
  • Watching a new Jason Byrne show is a bit like witnessing lightening in a bottle.
       
    Edinburgh Evening News

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