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Get Un-Robed with Andrew Stanley

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ANDREW STANLEY is a “comedy tsunami” according to The Scotsman, which also described him as having “astonishingly good observational material delivered and timed to perfection”.

Late Night Gimp Fight @ Róisín Dubh

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LATE NIGHT Gimp Fight will bring their unapologetically English style of saucy humour, outrageous silliness, and hilarious sketches and routines to the Róisín Dubh next Wednesday at 8.30pm.

Cat Laughs treasure hunt returns for another year

If you love comedy and love surprises – and let’s face it who doesn’t – then you’re going to love the new and improved Pursuit of Happiness.

Cat Laughs comedy talent search coming to Kilkenny

The search for Ireland's best new comedy talent is coming to Kilkenny City on Thursday, May 12.

Cat Laughs Festival launches All-Ireland talent search

The Cat Laughs Comedy Festival, which attracts 30,000 visitors to Kilkenny each year, has begun a search to find the nation’s emerging comedic talent.

Whistles and laughter with PJ Gallagher

Although Naked Camera revolves around the antics of three comedians, it is PJ Gallagher who has stolen the show with the two unforgettable characters he has created.

You havin’ a laugh?

Canada’s Tony Law (pictured) headlines the Comedy Club at Cuba* this Friday. With a fuzzy charm and bizarre warped mindset, Tony’s laid back style scorching jokes and incisive remarks have endeared him to audiences around the world. Support comes from John Donnellan. Gerry Mallon is the MC. Tickets are available in advance at Bar 903, The Cellar Bar, and at the door at 8.30pm. For Christmas party bookings phone 091 - 565991.

Get ready to laugh as the Galway Comedy Festival returns

DURING THIS time of economic recession we all need a good laugh and chortles galore are on the way to the city when the Galway Comedy Festival takes place from October 21 to 25.

Galway Comedy Festival determined to keep ticket prices down

THE ORGANISERS of the fourth Annual Galway Comedy Festival, which runs from October 21 to 25, have pulled out all the stops to keep ticket prices affordable for Galway audiences this year.

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