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A LIMERICK doctor; a Nigerian immigrant; a Dingle bachelorette; an American, a bald guy from Belfast, and the Irish comedian of the year, will be on stage at the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow night.
HE HAS big arms and a peaky cap, an Aussie accent, and a wry smile, but most importantly, he’s bloody funny. He's Damian Clark and he's coming to Galway to play the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
Among the many top-notch comedians winging their way to Galway for next month’s Vodafone Comedy Carnival is Dave Johns, a seasoned veteran of the British and international circuit and, more recently, acclaimed star of Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake.
The biggest comedy competition in the country rolls into town this Friday as Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh hosts Galway’s only heat of the Irish Comedian Of The Year competition.
JARLATH REGAN has come a long way since his days of doing ice-cream ads on the TV. These days he runs the award-winning An Irishman Abroad podcast and recently supported Jack Whitehall on his arena tour.
The 40th Galway International Arts Festival box office has officially opened on Forster Street, to complement the online booking facility.
THE COUNTDOWN has begun to the 2017 Galway Community Pride festival which runs from August Monday 7 to Sunday 13, and in advance of that, a number of fun fundraising events will take place.
HE HAS been called ‘The Hairy Baby’. It’s a mystery no one has yet called him ‘The Bearded Wonder’. What is absolutely certain though, is that Steve Bennett is Irish Comedian Of The Year 2016, Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh MC, and a serious comedic talent, with the potential to go far in the business.
FOLLOWING IN the footsteps of Foil, Arms & Hog, and Mr Trelis, Ireland has a new sketch group - Cccahoots from Cork - who have already caused a sensation online and on Republic Of Telly.
GROOM THAT magnificent beard, check your angular haircut, squeeze into the most crotch compressing pair of skinny jeans you can, crack open a craft beer, listen to music by indie bands so cool they don't yet exist, then head down to the Róisín Dubh for the next Hipster Bingo night.