Search Results for 'Mike Wilmot'

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McSavage and Irrera for Róisín Dubh

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DOM IRRERA and David McSavage will headline separate shows at the Róisín Dubh, with the Irishman closing the month of May and the American starting June.

Five chances to see Phill Jupitus at the comedy festival

By Kernan Andrews

What are you going to in the Galway Comedy Festival?

“THE MOST wasted of all days is one without laughter,” said the poet e e cummings, so don’t let the October Bank Holiday Weekend go to waste, as there are seven days of laughter to be had at the Bulmers Galway Comedy Festival.

Five chances to see Phill Jupitus at the comedy festival

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PHILL JUPITUS is talking over Galway for the October Bank Holiday weekend as there will be no fewer than five chances to see him during the Bulmer’s Galway Comedy Festival.

What are you going to in the Galway Comedy Festival?

“THE MOST wasted of all days is one without laughter,” said the poet e e cummings, so don’t let the October Bank Holiday Weekend go to waste, as there are seven days of laughter to be had at the Bulmers Galway Comedy Festival.

Omid Djalili, Sean Lock, and Russell Howard to play Galway Comedy Festival

Sean Lock, Russell Howard, Omid Djalili, and The Faulty Towers Dining Experience are all coming to Galway for the October Bank Holiday weekend as part of the Bulmers Galway Comedy Festival.

Galway Comedy Festival day by day

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THE GALWAY Comedy Festival is in full swing and from today until Monday you have plenty of good reasons to get out and have a laugh with all the great shows that are on. If you are still deciding check out this day by day listing.

Mike Wilmot and ‘the way it comes out’

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HE HAS been described as “raucous, offensive and downright crude”, as well as being “very, very funny, producing belly cackles of genuine mirth” - both of which quotes come from the same review by The Scotsman.

A laugh from the Róisín Dubh - on your telly

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THE VERY best names in Irish and international comedy - performing stand-up shows in the Róisín Dubh - will feature on your TV screens over the next few weeks.

Blue stories and devilish tales from Canadian comedian Mike Wilmot

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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.

 

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