Hilarious combination of poetry, comedy and theatre not to be missed

quarter life crisis arts festival

Award-winning Performance Poet Paul McNamara will be taking Galway audiences through his poetry career this week with Quarter Life Crisis – a fantastic cocktail of poetry, comedy and theatre.

His poetry deals with everything from romance and career options to celebrity crushes and video games, and tries to make sense of it all as he takes you through the stories and people behind different competitions.

Paul is a two-time All-Ireland Spoken Word Poetry runner-up and has won the Munster Spoken Word Slam (2016), Limerick’s Got Talent (2015), and the inaugural Yeats’ Tower Slam (2016) sponsored by Poetry Ireland.

He is also a former winner of Limerick’s ‘Slamzas’ (2017) and Dublin’s ‘Slam Sunday’ (2017) events.

His work has been featured on RTE Radio 1, TV3 and Irish TV, at festivals such as Indiependence, and been published in Sextet, Solstice Sounds and The Stony Thursday.

It promises to be a night of laughter in the Galway Fringe Hub @ The Mechanics Institute, Middle Street, Galway on 27 July at 6:30pm or 28 July 28 at 6:30pm.

Tickets can be purchased at GalwayFringe.ie or on the door for €10.