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THE BINGO! with Irish Comedian of The Year 2016 Steve Bennett and the flamboyant phenomenon that is Steven Sharpe, will see another night of madcap comedy bingo at the Róisín Dubh.
BRASS EYE was a British comedy series which parodied current affairs shows. It ran for seven episodes on Channel 4 between 1997 and 2001, and featured such writers as Arthur Mathews, Graham Linehan, Charlie Brooker, and David Quantick.
HE HAS been called ‘The Hairy Baby’. It’s a mystery no one has yet called him ‘The Bearded Wonder’. What is absolutely certain though, is that Steve Bennett is Irish Comedian Of The Year 2016, Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh MC, and a serious comedic talent, with the potential to go far in the business.
YOU KNOW Edwin Sammon from RTE’s Republic of Telly, and as Father Gabriel on the IFTA Award winning Bridget & Eamon. He is also an accomplished stand-up comedian, who is playing the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
AUSTRALIAN COMIC Damo Clark headlines the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh this weekend, which will also be a fundraiser for the ongoing maintenance and running costs of the Jes Rowing Club.
CATHAL, THE nasty charachter from Fair City, the Carrigstown bad boy you love to hate - played by the brilliant comedian Eric Lalor - is coming to wreak havoc on the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow night.
JOE ROONEY is best known as 'gurrier priest' Fr Damo from Father Ted, barfly Timmy Higgins on Killinaskully, and from his appearances on Red Rock, but he is also a first rate stand-up and improv comedian.
AFTER A seven-year break from stand-up, during which she had babies, made a movie in Vietnam, and became the mother of Moone Boy, Deirdre O’Kane returns with a new show. She is older, but is she wiser?
YOU KNOW Eric Lalor as that lad Cathal, who your ma loves to hate off Fair City, or from his appearances on Republic of Telly, Next Week’s News, Craig Doyle Live, and The Apprentice. He's also a brilliant stand-up comic.
ACTOR/COMEDIAN Rory O’Hanlon, has “a joke every 30 seconds", according to The Irish Times - a rather good quality for a comedian to have, as Galway is about to discover.