Patrick Kielty.

Patrick Kielty

BBC to broadcast The Festival Of Funny

The BBC has announced The Festival Of Funny. Running across its TV, radio and online channels from late February to mid-March, the festival will see fourteen hours of new content broadcast.

British Comedy Guide, 15th February 2021

Patrick Kielty records Radio 4 stand-up show

Patrick Kielty is the latest comic to land a Radio 4 special. In Borderline: A Postcard From The Edge Of The Union he pledges to explain what's really happening in a post-Brexit Northern Ireland.

British Comedy Guide, 15th February 2021

Patrick Kielty stars as a stand-up in new film Ballywalter

Patrick Kielty has completed shooting his first feature film starring role. He plays a budding stand-up in Ballywalter, alongside actor Seána Kerslake as his illegal minicab driver.

British Comedy Guide, 28th January 2021

Patrick Kielty explores legacy of Good Friday Agreement

On the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, Patrick is setting out on a personal journey to unpick the past, present, and future of an agreement that had a profound impact on his life and the whole of the United Kingdom.

BBC, 23rd March 2018

10 surprising truths we've learnt from WILTY guests

From the celeb that went to school with Bin Laden, to Mel Giedroyc's very cheeky snog.

Radio Times, 16th September 2016

Patrick Kielty & Cat Deeley announce birth of their son

Cat Deeley and husband Patrick Kielty have announced the birth of their son. The TV presenter said she was "beyond delighted" the couple had welcomed their first child into the world last week, adding they "couldn't be happier".

Evening Standard, 20th January 2016

Patrick Kielty interview

Before he brings his nationwide tour Help to Bath, comedian Patrick Kielty tells us why he thinks of stand-up as therapy and how he feels about sharing his most personal moments with the world.

Bath Chronicle, 20th November 2015

Review, Patrick Kielty: Help - The Lowry, Salford

In his come-back stand up tour Patrick Kielty is asking us all for help. And his problem is, he's happy. He's a newlywed with the woman he met as a friend 10 years ago, with a baby on the way - it's all fallen into place. But he's worried "it'll all go tits up". And that's where he needs the audience's help.

Lauren Maughan, The Reviews Hub, 29th October 2015