The charismatic duo distinguish their shows with perfectly timed crowd banter and sarcastic wit, and didn’t disappoint in their Belfast gig. With a little help from Keith Murray’s unstoppable energy, jumping into the crowd and blasting out ‘Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt’, the two had fun onstage with mic distortions and their comedic back and forth had the crowd crying with laughter.
The fact that most of the instruments you hear played throughout the album were played by Ed himself is fascinating and really showcases his talent as a musician, but despite this the album simply doesn’t live up to its potential.
This is You Me At Six in 2016 – they have matured, and so have their audience. Everyone in the sold out Limelight venue held their breath, awaiting their arrival.
Thanks to a partnership between the Lyric Theatre and Outburst Queer Arts Festival, Belfast theatregoers will have the chance to see Amy Conroy’s hilarious-yet-moving play Luck Just Kissed You Hello in the Lyric Theatre this November.