Barry ‘The Blender’ Henderson creator Strabane-bound
Barry ‘The Blender’ Henderson creator Colin Geddis brings his brand new stand up show Not Safe For Work (NSFW) to the Alley Theatre on Saturday (July 26).
After a sell-out theatre and Edinburgh fringe run in 2013 with his show ‘Comments Disabled,’ Colin who also created internet sensations such as I AM FIGHTER and Besty McD is back on the stand up circuit with this hybrid blend of side-splittingly inappropriate stand-up material and trademark viral video sketches.
His show is influenced by pop culture, TV and internet and has been described as ‘side-splittingly inappropriate with filthy jokes, sound delivery and a surprisingly light touch’ and Hot Press Magazine describes him as ‘A leading light of Northern Irish Comedy’
Colin Geddis is certainly a Youtube sensation the creator and writer of Gedzilla films, an online based Sketch and Stand Up Comedy channel which has now seen him reach almost 8,000,000 YouTube hits.
He rose to stardom In Northern Ireland in late 2009 with his hit YouTube based sketch show, ‘I Am Fighter’ which he wrote, performed and produced all episodes as well as played the lead character, Barry ‘The Blender’ Henderson.
Colin is also the creator of the hugely successful audio and video podcast ‘Audio Picnic’, which has gone on to receive 1000’s of plays and downloads on iTunes since its creation in 2010.
He now produces his own Podcast “The Colin Geddis Show”. He also starred in BBC NI sketch show ‘LOL’ and is currently in development with C4.
Colin started his stand up comedy career in 2010 and since then has become a regular headline act all across Ireland and says stand up comedy has now become ‘an addiction’
NSFW is full of antics and banter from the Newtownabbey comedian and is recommended for persons over 16 years old. This performance will be in the cabaret style auditorium and Colin will be supported by Strabanes very own comedian Ruairi Woods. Tickets are £10. For further information and to book tickets contact The Alley Theatre on 028 71 384444 or online www.alley-theatre.com