After the sell out of our 1920’s themed murder mystery night for the Belfast Comedy Festival in October, we are back again with our Christmas themed show ‘Won’t you pull my sleigh tonight?’ on Fri 2nd December.
Grab your Christmas sweater, mistletoe and while you sip on your egg nog or mulled wine, join Santa and his team as they have a Not-So-Silent night investigating a death in Santa’s grotto!
Doors open 8pm and it’s BYOB! Fancy dress is optional but we will give prizes to the best fancy dress costume.
Tickets are £17 and includes a Santa buffet supper. These events tend to sell out quickly so book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Tickets can be booked online here >>
Crazy Cat would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who came to our events and to all the acts to performed throughout the Belfast Comedy Festival 2016! A big thank you to Pete O’Neill and his committee for their ongoing support in our work to provide a platform for local comedy in Northern Ireland. Good luck with your future endeavours Pete. No doubt you will be just as valuable to the cause as you were for Bellylaughs!
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As part of Imagine. The Belfast Festival of Ideas & Politics, this is an Irish themed murder mystery comedy night following the infamous three Paddy’s that we all know and love from telling jokes in the pub, Paddy the Englishman, Paddy the Scots man and of course Paddy the Irishman. As the three Paddy’s head out for a pint at their local pub, their nationalities get them into a lot of trouble and… they end up as suspects for a murder! Can you help the police find out who dunnit?
Doors open at 8pm. The Belfast Barge is a BYOG venue (Bring your own Guinness) and a St Paddy’s buffet supper will be served.
Fancy dress is optional. Prizes will be given to the best costumes.
Tickets are available online here >>
After the sell out success of our Star Wars themed murder mystery show in the Bellylaughs Festival 2014, we are back again this year with a Wild West themed night titled: Ride Em Cowboy!
If you love the Wild West and comedy, then saddle up yer horse and gallop on down to the saloon on the Belfast Barge for our Murder Mystery comedy night.
Come meet the good, the bad and the ‘not so aesthetically pleasing’ and help the Sheriff figure out who dunnit …. before high noon!
Doors open 8pm, it’s bring your own drink and fancy dress is optional!
Prizes will be given to the best fancy dress!
Tickets are £17 and includes a saloon buffet supper!
You can book tickets online here >>
Crazy Cat Comedy was delighted to have a sell out night at The Sunflower Bar during the annual 25th Belfast Pride Festival.
Conor Keys from Omagh headlined the night with his observational humour, Chris Montgomery and Sista Jacinta proved to be entertaining support acts and Gemma Hutton kept the show ticking along with her great banter and interaction with the audience.
Also our murder mystery night Murder on the Drag Floor proved popular too with a cast of 5 drag queens! To say it was a lively and entertaining show was an understatement. Each queen had to opportunity to perform to their favourite song and surprised the audience with a bonus group dance to wrap up the night.
There was also a fancy dress prize for 2 guests who came dressed as Peter and Iris!
A big thank you goes out to Roxy Tumbledryer, Misty Falls, Cherry Cavan, Sassie Longshaft, Onya Becks and Nina Werk!
Crazy Cat Comedy will be jumping on board the Belfast Barge again, this time for the Belfast Pride Festival. The murder mystery night will include a line up of fantastic and popular drag queen performers such as Roxy Tumbledryer, Misty Fall, Onya Becks, Cherrie Ontop, Sassie Longshaft and Nina Werk!
The Belfast Barge is a BYO venue and doors open 8pm.
There are prizes for the best fancy dress!
Tickets are £15 inc a cabaret buffet supper and can be booked online here >>
Calling all you Grease fans ….Come along for some Summer Lovin’ and laughter as we join the pink ladies and the t-birds for their Rydell High school reunion.
Is Sandy still hopelessly devoted to Danny? Is there worst things that Rizzo could do since her high school days and did Frenchie ever decide on her career path after being a beauty school drop out?
Find out all this and more on Friday 19th June at 8pm at The Mac, Belfast.
A bar will be available and fancy dress is definitely welcome. We’ll give prizes for the best dressed Pink Ladies and T-birds.
Tickets are £20 and include a supper.
For a high school reunion party to remember, book online here >>
Dig out your leg warmers, tutu skirts, lace or leather and anything stripey and come back to the 80s with the Crazy Cat Crew. Relive your favourite 80’s music, popstars and filmstars in this fantastic night of entertainment but beware there may be a view to a kill!
On board the Belfast Barge, we know girls (and boys) just want to have fun. so we promise to stand and deliver. It’s BYO so bring some red, red wine and see what was acceptable in the 80’s.
By Friday 27th March you could be in love with the 80’s all over again.
Relax … fancy dress is optional but don’t be just another brick in the wall, there are prizes for the best karma chameleons or if you’re just turning japanese!
So come on feel the noise, tickets are £15 inc food. Book your places online here>>
PS Sorry for all the 80s song titles, it’s a hard habit to break!