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IF YOU watch 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown, you have seen Ivan Brackenbury, the hapless hospital DJ with the unwitting knack of playing the most inappropriate songs for the patients.
THE DARK days of January can be a dreary time of year but NUIG’s Comedy Soc, in association with Bank of Ireland, has the perfect antidote to those seasonal blues with January Laughs, an evening of top-notch comedy with some of Ireland’s leading laughmeisters.
IF COMEDY was a religion, Róisín Dubh would be Mecca, the Vatican, or Jerusalem. OK, maybe it is more like Knock, but one thing for sure, it is arguably the home of comedy in the west of Ireland.
SHOW ME The Funny, Ireland's longest running and most wide reaching comedy talent competition, returns for its 12th season at The King's Head this month.
The Prince Bar, Athlone, hosted their second comedy night on Friday, September 27, with Farmer Michael and Kathleen headlining the night with support provided by Paul Murphy, Therese Cahill and Johnny Graham.
WHEN IS a bus not a bus? When it’s a double-decker comedy venue on wheels! One of the oddest successes of last year’s Vodafone Comedy Carnival returns to Eyre Square this October - Bob’s BlundaBus, a big red converted ex-London bus.
TWO OF Galway’s favourite comedians - Bob Hennigan and Johnny Graham - recently had a successful run of solo shows at Ireland’s Smallest Comedy Club and have added two additional dates.
FOUR AWARD winning comedians, all at the early stages of their careers, and three of whom are based in Galway, will gather together for your entertainment at 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.
TEDFEST, THE annual celebration of all things Father Ted, returns to Galway with a table quiz, the Toilet Duck Awards, and appearances by actors from the legendary sit com.