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KARL SPAIN can afford to wear that trademark mischievous smile. The last two years have seen the Limerick comedian enjoying the form of his life and truly hit his stride as anyone who has seen him at either this, or last year’s, Galway comedy festivals will testify.
JARLATH REGAN, described as “Dylan Moran on valium” by Three Weeks, plays the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday December 19 at 8.30pm.
ON HIS Crooked Man tour Tommy Tiernan knew he was on a roll, performing top flight material and enjoying sell-outs shows in Ireland, Canada, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand.
“HIS STYLE is mesmerising and infectious and he ought to be booked at every festival going,” so said Blues Matters about the English Americana folk/roots musician Stompin’ Dave Allen.
MAEVE HIGGINS and Jarlath Regan, two of Ireland’s most popular comedians, are coming back to Galway to play the Róisín Dubh.
WHEN BRITISH comedienne Jo Caulfield first came to Galway she had no idea why so many people were talking to her as if she were an old friend. It led to one hell of a night on the town, one that almost cost her her flight back home.
THE POPULAR Jarlath Regan returns to The Laughter Lounge in the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday April 7 at 8.30pm.
ONE OF the most popular comedy performers in Britain and Ireland is without doubt foul-mouthed funny man Mike Wilmot. Prowling the stage like a caged animal he strikes with lightning precision with a one-liner that leaves the audience helpless with laughter.
WHEN HE was eight Jason Manford and his father went to see Billy Connolly perform in a local theatre. The Scottish comedian was to have a profound effect on the young boy.