Baby it’s cold outside at the Grand Opera House

Baby it's cold outside

Baby Its Cold Outside the hilarious comedy by award-winning playwright, Brenda Murphy (A Night With George) performs in the Grand Opera House for one week only from today, Monday 2nd until Saturday 7th March.


Baby It’s Cold Outside is a sidesplitting comedy about a twisted love triangle between heavily pregnant Patsy, her female lover Sally and Joe the biological father of her unborn baby. We reviewed this hilarious comedy last year when it ran at the Mac, read it here


Set in a snow trapped Black Mountain, where Patsy has gone to have her baby with the support of two female friends, Joe arrives on the scene to try and win over her affections and assert his right as a father. Pretty straight forward you would think, but this is a Brenda Murphy comedy, and as always, nothing is as it seems. 


Leading Belfast playwright, producer and Baby It’s Cold Outside director Martin Lynch has stated he has found the funniest scene that has ever been produced for the Northern Irish stage “we have a lot of very talented writers here in Northern Ireland but the birth scene in Baby Its Cold Outside wins hands down for me. For 20 minutes the audience is rolling around the auditorium in tears of laughter at the scene playing out in front of them.”


Produced by GBL Productions (50 Shades of Red White and Blue), and starring Kerri Quinn, Jo Donnelly, Kevin Elliott and Tanya Thompson, this is the comedy play that’s not to be missed.


Tickets are priced from just £16.50 and can be purchased via telephone on 028 9024 1919, by visiting or in person at the theatre’s Box Office located in the foyer.

Post Author: Belfast Times

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