Words: Eva O’Beirne
After a sold-out run at Smock Alley Theatre, PJ Kirby’s autobiographical comedy show Cliché will be touring Ireland, the UK and Amsterdam.
PJ Kirby is a queer multidisciplinary creative originally from Cork City, now based in Dublin. Queerness and Irishness feature heavily in PJ’s work as he uses different creative mediums to highlight issues that people may find difficult to talk about in their everyday lives including homophobia, body image and mental health.
Kirby shared the news via Instagram yesterday, thanking those who have supported his work so far and stating that he is “absolutely buzzing and still can’t believe” the success of the show.
Kirby’s first solo comedy show revolves around the concept that “he comes to terms with the fact that for his entire life he has basically been a walking Cliché”.
Tickets for the Cliché tour are available now via Ticketmaster. Tickets cost 25 euro plus booking fees and can be found here.
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