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GONE ARE the days when Fred Cooke was best known as Fergus from the Spar TV ads. These days, the guitar wielding Irish comedian has a CV that can justifiably proclaim 'rising star'.
ENYA MARTIN, the writer, creator, and comedian best known for her Giz A Laugh Facebook page, which has more than 260,000 followers worldwide and growing, headlines the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.
AT ONE time, Fred Cooke was known as ‘Fergus’ from the Spar TV ads, but more recently he has become a popular stand-up, MC of The Tommy Tiernan Show, and a contributor to Republic of Telly, The Café, The Savage Eye, and The Modest Adventures of David O’Doherty.
IAN COPPINGER is best known as a member of Stephen Frost's Improv All-Stars, but Galway will get a rare chance to see the man perform a solo stand-up show, at the next Comedy KARLnival.
FRED COOKE, one of Ireland's most popular comedians, will give Galway a sneak preview of his show for August's Edinburgh Festival, with an intimate date at The King's Head.
AS ANYONE who has attended the Late Night KARLnivals at the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway can attest, Karl Spain is without doubt, the finest, funniest, and most irreverent MC in the business - and you can see him thrice on upcoming Tuesdays.
FRED COOKE, best known for his roles in Republic Of Telly and The Savage Eye, and for being the MC on The Tommy Tiernan Show, headlines a comedy night to raise funds for Galway Autism Partnership.
THE RUBY Room in The King's Head is steeped in comedy, being home to Gerry Mallon’s legendary arts festival lunchtime comedy gigs, and a host of shows during this Bank Holiday weekend's Vodafone Comedy Carnival.
THROUGH HIS guitar playing and physical storytelling, Fred Cooke delivers a distinctive brand of comedy, and he is about to make a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh this week.
Róisín Dubh has long been the home of comedy in Galway. Every week, the promoters of Friday night’s “Comedy Clubh” bring us the very best of Irish and international stand up, improv and sketch acts. From Foil Arms & Hog at the Town Hall Theatre and British-Iranian comic Omid Djalili in Black Box later this month to the Vodafone Comedy Carnival in October (now a major highlight of the Irish festival calendar) they really do spoil us with top acts week in, week out.