MICKY BARTLETT, at the age of 32, is still trying to move out of his mother's house - a phenomenon all too familiar to anyone in their twenties and early thirties in Ireland.
From that though he has been able to make great comedy, as Galway will see when he brings his new show, Love It, to the Róisín Dubh on Friday March 20 at 8pm. On stage, Micky will also divulge secrets most people would never share with a priest. This will be a journey into Micky's head, so strap yourself in and get ready for a wild and hilarious ride.
The Lurgan man is a regular on BBC NI (The Blame Game, Monumental ), has sold out shows at the Ulster Hall, and been declared "one of the finest comedy talents this country has ever produced" by BelfastLive.co.uk