THE WORLD is a confusing place for comedian Joanne McNally. Her friends are getting married, having children, or buying domestic appliances, while her mother is still trying to convince her to give up comedy and study nursing.
The popular Dublin comedian is finding that, in her thirties, she is spending a lot of weekends celebrating other people’s milestones at their garden parties drinking prosecco out of jam jars. She is full of questions, her main one being if she does not have a child, who will be obligated to watch her die so she does not have to do it alone?
Joanne is also a people person, she’s just not sure she’s a raising another person person. And if she does not marry, is she prepared to face her biggest fear of being buried with her mother? And once her mother reads this, will she retract her offer?
These are the issues Joanne will explore in her new show, The Prosecco Express, which she brings to the Town Hall Theatre studio on Thursday January 30 and Friday 31 at 8.30pm. Tickets are available from 091 - 569777 or www.tht.ie