Lisburn Cathedral plans a night of comedy

Friday December 4th 2015

Comedian Andy Kind will appear at Lisburn Cathedral on February 18.

Comedian Andy Kind will appear at Lisburn Cathedral on February 18.

Lisburn Cathedral is to host a night of laughs in February with award winning comedian Andy Kind.

Proceeds from the event will help support a Cathedral team going on mission to Yei, South Sudan, next summer.

Andy Kind won Anything for Laffs in 2005. His stand-up style can best be described as ‘the joyful rant of a post-30 chaos vacuum,’ and he has been featured on BBC1, ITV, Channel 4 in the UK. Not long after supporting Tim Vine, Andy’s first book ‘Stand Up and Deliver’ was published by Lion Hudson. The sequel, ‘The Gig Delusion’ was released by Wilmot Books and Andy released his third book ‘The Unfortunate Adventures of Tom Hillingthwaite’ (his second with Lion Hudson) last March.

He recently hosted successful residences at New Wine 2013 and Spring Harvest 2014. Soon after, Andy toured a series of churches in South Africa alongside Mark Palmer.

Feedback from Andy’s shows includes:

  • “He’s inventive, playful, totally original, with a ‘knock-out’ spiritual punch to finish with.”  The Rev Greg Haslam, Westminster Chapel, London
  • “Without doubt Andy Kind is one of the best evangelists I have come across – a brilliant comedian!” John Owen, Pastor South Manchester Family Church
  • “I laughed, cried, laughed some more. Andy was hilarious. His opening routine was totally off-the-cuff as he bantered with the audience – this spontaneous comedy was genius. As good as anything I’ve seen on Live at the Apollo.” James Hunting, Crown Church, Hillingdon
  • “A packed house for an hour of belly laughing, alongside a genuine and cringe-free provocation for people to explore the claims of Christianity made it one of the best evenings we’ve done for guests that aren’t yet part of the church.” Steve Wilson, King’s Arms, Bedford.

Andy Kind will be in Lisburn Cathedral on Thursday February 18 2016 with the show starting at 7.30pm. Tickets are £5.

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