Can you believe? Jonathan Van Ness announces second Dublin show

 Can you believe? Jonathan Van Ness announces second Dublin show

Queer Eye fans across the country let out an enthusiastic 'Yas, Queen' when it was announced that Jonathan Van Ness was bringing his debut stand-up tour to Ireland.

However, many were left disappointed when tickets for the October 16 show at the Olympia sold out.

Don't worry though because JVN's got you.

Due to the phenomenal demand, there will be a second performance on the same date.

It has been announced that following the 7pm show, the always energetic Jonathan will then do a second performace starting at 9.45pm.

We're talking comedy. We're talking figure skating. We're talk gymnastics. We're talking major fun.

Jonathan Van Ness: Road to Beijing is inspired by JVN's current and ongoing attempt to become a figure-skating prodigy in time fo the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

We already know that Jonathan is multitalented with his work on Queer Eye and Gay of Thrones as well as his critically acclaimed podcast Getting Curious.

JVN is currently out promoting season three of Queer Eye with the rest of the Fab 5, has just released his milestone 100th episode of Getting Curious and has somehow found the time to write his debut book Over The Top which is due out this September.

Who wouldn't want to see this unstoppable force take to the Olympia stage?

Show yourself some self-love and treat yourself to tickets.

Tickets for the extra date are available from Ticketmaster now.

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