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Comedy festival shows @ The King’s Head

PHILL JUPITUS, stars from Fr Ted, rising star Colm O’Regan, and the screening of a comedy documentary take place in The King’s Head for the Galway Comedy Festival.

Tedfest shenanigans @ Róisín Dubh

TEDFEST, THE annual celebration of all things Fr Ted and comedic returns to the Róisín Dubh next week with the Tedfest Toilet Duck Awards 2012 and The Stars Of Fr Ted night.

Have a laugh when Tedfest comes to town

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TEDFEST, THE annual celebration of all things Fr Ted, takes place each year on the Aran Islands, but this year some of the fun will also be happening in Galway city.

You havin’ a laugh?

Jarlath Regan, the new face of RTÉ’s The Panel and the fastest rising star of Irish comedy, plays The Comedy Club at Cuba* tomorrow. The Irish Times has called him a “comic genius”. Support is from Bob Hennigan and Marty D. Gerry Mallon is the MC. Tickets are available in advance at Bar 903, The Cellar Bar, and at the door which opens at 8.30pm.

Naked Camera’s Patrick McDonnell

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From playing the role of Eoin McLove on Father Ted to portraying many hilarious characters on Naked Camera, Patrick McDonnell is no stranger to Irish television screens.

Fr Ted stars for The Comedy Club

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TWO STARS of Fr Ted will perform in The Comedy Club in Cuba* tomorrow, when Patrick McDonnell and Tommy Tiernan take to the stage.

Frank Kelly - bringing Fr Jack Hackett to Galway

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AS THE mad haired Ballymagash town councillor, the beleaguered Gobnait O’Lunacy, and the outrageous Fr Jack Hackett, Frank Kelly has played three of the most iconic and memorable characters in Irish comedy, and this month he is bringing one of them to Galway.

Re-live Father Ted at the Laughter Lounge

FATHER TED ran from 1995 to 1998 but more than a decade after both the show ended and the tragically early passing of the great Dermot Morgan, it still holds a vice like grip on the Irish psyche.

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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