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Jason Byrne brings his hit Edinburgh show to town

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Fresh from a sell out year at the Edinburgh festival Jason Byrne takes his fringe show Jason Byrne 2010 to all of his favourite Irish venues including Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday November 5. Jason Byrne is an exciting live stand up performer, as anyone who has seen him will testify.

Bohs travel west with title in sight

It promises to be an interesting Friday evening at Terryland Park as champions Bohemians could secure another title if they win against Galway United, and Shamrock Rovers fail to defeat Drogheda United.

Carlsberg cat nabbers needed to find the comedians’ lost Carlsberg ‘cats’

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Comedy fans aged over 18 who join the Carlsberg Comedy Cat Nabbers, will have the chance to meet the comedians face to face to reunite them with their Carlsberg Comedy ‘Cats’ at the Carlsberg Cat Laughs comedy festival in Kilkenny.

Christmas Craic! with Neil Delamere and Jason Byrne at the Royal Castlebar

Saturday December 27 promises to be full to the brim of festive fun and frolics when Neil Delamere and Jason Byrne come to the Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre. A double helping of comedy genius arrives in Castlebar and Christmas Craic! is a show not to be missed. Neil Delamere is one of the top headline acts working in the Irish comedy scene today and is one of the biggest factors in the huge success of RTE television’s hit show The Panel . Having performed on five continents, he staged his debut solo show in the Edinburgh festival in 2004. His live stand-up set was then recorded for the BBC comedy series One Night Stand. Hailed by the Irish Independent for his countless MC skills, Neil is the regular compere at several gigs round Dublin. He has performed all over Ireland as well as at the prestigious Kilkenny Cat Laughs Festival, the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival and the Adelaide Fringe Festival. He featured in both series of the TV stand-up show Liffey Laughs. Neil also presented the RTE television series covering the Montreal festival for two years in a row as well as The World Stands Up for Paramount. Apart from being one of the stars of The Panel, alongside Andrew Maxwell and Colin Murphy, Neil is also a regular on The Blame Game, a topical TV show for the BBC. “No TV camera could accurately measure the lightning speed of Delamere’s wit” – The Irish Times.

Get rid of the post-Christmas blues with the two of Ireland’s top comics

Saturday December 27 promises to be full to the brim of festive fun and frolics when Neil Delamere and Jason Byrne come to the Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre. A double helping of comedy genius arrives in Castlebar and Christmas Craic ! is a show not to be missed. Neil Delamere is one of the top headline acts working in the Irish comedy scene today and is one of the biggest factors in the huge success of RTE television’s hit show The Panel. Having performed on five continents, he staged his debut solo show in the Edinburgh festival in 2004. His live stand-up set was then recorded for the BBC comedy series One Night Stand. Hailed by the Irish Independent for his countless MC skills, Neil is the regular compere at several gigs round Dublin. He has performed all over Ireland as well as at the prestigious Kilkenny Cat Laughs Festival, the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival and the Adelaide Fringe Festival. He featured in both series of the TV stand-up show Liffey Laughs. Neil also presented the RTE television series covering the Montreal festival for two years in a row as well as The World Stands Up for Paramount. Apart from being one of the stars of The Panel, alongside Andrew Maxwell and Colin Murphy, Neil is also a regular on The Blame Game, a topical TV show for the BBC. “No TV camera could accurately measure the lightning speed of Delamere’s wit” – The Irish Times.

Gypsies show why they are champions

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Cat Laughs box office opens for business

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The Cat Laughs festival has opened the box office for ticket sales at the brewery on Parliament Street in the city.

It’s all a joke with Neil Delamere at the Set

Neil Delamere has more than made his mark on Kilkenny society as a result of his annual appearance at the Cat Laughs Comedy Festival in the city and he is en route back early in the New Year for another side-splitting show.

City’s purring to the gags of world class comics as Cat Laughs opens

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Bleary-eyed and jet-lagged comedians are set to inundate the Marble City this weekend leaving thousands of visitors and locals in stitches following their shows over the next four days.

Adam’s inflatable show lures Kilkenny fans

One of the Carlsberg Cat Laughs Comedy Festival greats happens to be one of the comedy festival’s most affable comedians.

 

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