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The word “energy” peppers Noeline Kavanagh’s conversation as she talks about her time with Macnas and looks forward to this weekend’s Halloween parade, Out Of The Wild Sky. Kavanagh herself is a human dynamo; though sitting at her office desk she is still a constant whirr of motioning arms, expressive gestures, and infectious enthusiasm.
EVERY YEAR, Stephen Frost’s Improv All Stars - Stephen Frost, Steve Steen, Andy Smart, Ian Coppinger - play Vodafone Comedy Carnival and every year, and, as Hot Press has noted, "They get better than ever."
SARAH O'GORMAN'S entry into comedy came via a mixture of geography, circumstance, and finding herself standing next to Phill Jupitus. Today she is auditor of the NUIG Comedy Society, and is about to make her second appearance at the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.
LIKE 2006's Living With War, this is Shakey's immediate response to current events. Whereas the latter album was about the Bush presidency and the 'War On Terror', The Visitor centres on Trump's first year in office.
THE VODAFONE Comedy Carnival Galway opens on Tuesday October 24 and among the events taking place that day will be Bob’s Blundabus arriving on campus at NUI Galway to deliver for some craic, comedy, games, and devilment with the students.
CURSED BY Good Intentions, a one-man show from local writer/performer Conor Montage has its Irish premiere at An Taibhdhearc on Sunday October 29 at 7pm as part of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival.
WHEN IS a bus not a bus? When it’s a double-decker comedy venue on wheels! One of the oddest successes of last year’s Vodafone Comedy Carnival returns to Eyre Square this October - Bob’s BlundaBus, a big red converted ex-London bus.
FOUR FOUR returns to Electric, Upper Abbeygate Street, this September, with some big nights planned over the next few months, including sets from Chasing Abbey and Marc Kinchen (MK).
As I type, the Red Box is being dismantled in Eyre Square, with the Spiegeltent soon to follow, and Bob's Blunderbus is about to journey on, as the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway is over for another year - but the 2016 festival will linger long in the mind.
Are you brave enough for FrightFest, the west of Ireland’s first and only terrifying scream park? With different, full walk-through, haunted scare attractions, FrightFest will give you more than you can handle.