“TV hasn’t tamed this man - he is still one of the funniest comedians you will ever see”whatsonstage
“Natural comic timing” - “Devastatingly self aware”The Telegraph
“A heartfelt homage to happiness" -The List
“A consummate provider of finely engineered stand up”Chortle
Born in Dundrum, N. Ireland, Patrick began stand up whilst studying psychology at Queen's University Belfast. He quickly made a name for himself as the host of Northern Ireland’s first comedy club “The Empire Laughs Back”.
His fearless satirical routines, in which he regularly attacked both Republican and Loyalist paramilitaries drew praise from both critics and those on the streets of pre ceasefire Belfast, not least because he had himself lost his father to UFF gunmen in 1988 aged 16.
The BBC were quick to pick up on his ability to both provoke and charm in equal measure and his big break came in 1995 on Comic Relief’s Saint Patrick’s Day Special along side Ben Elton, Jo Brand and Sir Lenny Henry.
His first two stand up titles went triple platinum and the award winning series “PK Tonight” for the BBC quickly followed.VIEW MORE