Micky Bartlett at The Glee Nottingham

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Northern Ireland Micky Bartlett is know for his solo standup shows as well as headlining the biggest clubs across the country and is also a successful comic actor as well as writer. He starred in the recent viral Irish Harp Lager ads as well as creating and starring in a series of clips for BBC online’s “Tight Shorts” digital strand. A regular guest on the ‘General Banter’ podcast, Micky was the long term resident host at Belfast’s legendary Empire comedy rooms and also tours with some of the biggest names in live stand-up including Tommy Tiernan and Patrick Kielty, initially supporting the latter’s 2012 “Home” tour which included opening to a sell out crowd at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena. This set went so well it led to him performing as warm up for “Dave’s One Night Stand”, which in turn led to Micky featuring on the broadcast version of the show.


Micky has also starred in a series of clips for BBC online’s “Tight Shorts” digital strand, regularly guested on BBC’s “Bad Language”, on both series of BBC NI Panel show “Monumental” (alongside Adam Hills, Andrew Maxwell, Jarred Christmas and Jimeoin), BBC Radio 4’s “State of the Nations“, BBC Radio Ulster’s “The Blame Game”and BBC’s “Sketchy”. Star of the very funny (and viral) Irish Harp Lager ads, Micky also hosted the studio warm-ups for a “Miranda” Christmas special and for entire seasons of both “Top Gear” and “TFI Friday” as well as for Netflix game show “Flinch”. In 2019 he stormed his solo debut off-Broadway in New York.


'Masterful way of delivering with punch and style… for a devastating pay-off … Bartlett is a stand-up natural with great command of the audience and engaging everyman… Impressive!’

★★★★ Chortle

‘Genuinely Hilarious’

Arts Award Voice

‘Bartlett is one of the finest comedy talents this country has ever produced.’

Belfast Live

‘An hour of cracking comedy!’

★★★★ Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

‘Accomplished…Bartlett delights… Intelligently done and always funny’

Broadway Baby