‘Ronan’s Rants’ book launch at CRAIC Theatre – in pictures

Jake O’Kane, Ronan McSherry and Martin McGuinness at the launch of ‘Ronan’s Rants’. Photography: Oliver Corr

Comedian Jake O’Kane came to CRAIC Theatre to help launch a new book by award-winning Coalisland columnist Ronan McSherry.

The Belfast comic was among the friends, fans and well-wishers who attended the launch of ‘Ronan’s Rants’.

Declan Bogue and Ronan McSherry seem delighted with their copies of Ronan’s new book. Photography: Oliver Corr

The new publication features a selection of “rants” from Mr McSherry’s weekly column in the Tyrone Herald.

The book launch took place on Thursday, December 8 at CRAIC Theatre. Mr McSherry also launched the book in Belfast today at the Harlequins Rugby Club in the city.

Rant fans Mona Maye, Kierna Corr, Vonnie McCluskey and Una Fahy. Photography: Oliver Corr

In June, Mr McSherry fended off competition from some of Northern Ireland’s most prominent journalists to be named Columnist of the Year at the CIPR Coca Cola Press Awards.

Paddy McGurk, with Peter and Philip Morgan. Photography: Oliver Corr

In choosing Mr McSherry as the Columnist of the Year, the judges said: “This winner, as well as being funny and provocative, is able to weave the small details of life in Tyrone, into the bigger national and international issues of the day.”

Expert book-holders Jarlath Devlin, Frank Fee and Michael O’Neill. Photography: Oliver Corr

As reported by Coalisland Post, Blame Game comedian O’Kane has previously joked that he was “traumatised” by the sight of Mr McSherry’s man-boobs.

Comedian Jake O’Kane (BBC Blame Game) was the guest of honour at the Launch of ‘Ronan’s Rants’. Photography: Oliver Corr
Tyrone Herald columnist Ronan McSherry thanks all those who helped him with his new book. Photography: Oliver Corr

>Have a look at an example of Ronan’s Rant on our website, or visit Mr McSherry’s own website for more of his work

‘Ronan’s Rants’ is available in: Begleys, Dungannon; Sullivans, Coalisland; the Carlisle Bookshop in Omagh; and Ulster Herald office, John Street, Omagh, priced at £7.99 RRP

 


Comments:

  • Ronanmcsherry

    Good write up Brendan, thanks!  A lot of Mr McSherry though… Ronan to you ; )

 


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