Search Results for 'Ardal O'Hanlon'

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Geoff Whiting to play Cellar comedy club

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BRITISH COMEDIAN Geoff Whiting - the man who gave Jimmy Carr his start - is coming to Galway to perform at The Cellar Comedy Club, which is marking its first birthday this month.

Ardal O’Hanlon will play intimate Ruby Room show

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Ardal O'Hanlon is of course best known for playing wide-eyed Father Dougal McGuire on Channel 4's Father Ted where he embodied the role of Dougal perfectly with his endearingly daft lines and dim facial expressions that few actors can rival.

Ardal O’Hanlon to get Oranmore laughing

THE GREAT Ardal O’Hanlon is coming to County Galway to play The Comedy Club at Kudos in Oranmore on Saturday August 20.

Ardal O’Hanlon @ The Laughter Lounge

ARDAL O’HANLON, the multi awarding winning comedian, and one of the most acclaimed stand-ups to emerge from Ireland, ever, is coming back to Galway.

Ardal O’Hanlon for one night only

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On Friday September 18 Ardal O'Hanlon, the award winning comedian and actor - and star of Father Ted and My Hero, will return to the stand-up stage in Castlebar.

Ardal O’Hanlon - seeing the world through a comedy lens

THE RECESSION is biting hard. Many have lost their jobs or have been forced to take pay cuts. The Government, for so long in denial about the economic downturn, is threatening savage cutbacks in the upcoming Budget, and industrial unrest looks certain.

Get ready to laugh with Ardal O'Hanlon

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The man who was made famous by Fr Ted, Ardal O’Hanlon will be taking to the stage in Castlebar on Friday September 18. O’Hanlon is a founding father of modern Irish stand-up since he helped form Dublin’s Comedy Cellar in 1990. Ardal has a slew of comedy awards (and a BAFTA) to his name. Thanks to Father Ted, My Hero, and Big Bad World, O’Hanlon is immediately recognisable, but his incredible stand-up talent is perhaps less well known. A million miles from the naive persona of Father Dougal, O’Hanlon’s stand up is dark, sharp, and excruciatingly funny.

 

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