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HE HAS been a guest on The David Letterman Show and The Late Late Show, starred in sitcoms for Channel 4, fronted his own BBC and RTÉ series, and hosted radio programmes, but come the New Year, Tommy Tiernan will be hosting his own TV chat show.
Due to phenomenal demand, Tommy Tiernan has added extra shows to his Under The Influence tour. The funny man will be hitting Mayo twice as part of this tour, appearing in Breaffy House Resort on February 9 and then in Hotel Ballina nine days later on February 18.
OUT OF The Whirlwind is the new DVD from Tommy Tiernan, capturing the Irish comic's Edinburgh Comedy Festival 2016 show, and the Galway Advertiser has five copies to give away.
TOMMY TIERNAN says he has "the real spirit of the clown in him”. The Munster Express praised his “high octane, manic brand of surreal genius”. He is Fred Cooke and he plays the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
OUT OF The Whirlwind, the new DVD from Tommy Tiernan, capturing the Irish comic's Edinburgh Comedy Festival 2016 show, will be released on DVD on Friday November 18.
TOMMY TIERNAN has added three extra dates to his new Under The Influence tour. Two of those shows will be at the Seapoint Ballroom in Salthill, taking place on Wednesday December 21 and Thursday 22.
As I type, the Red Box is being dismantled in Eyre Square, with the Spiegeltent soon to follow, and Bob's Blunderbus is about to journey on, as the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway is over for another year - but the 2016 festival will linger long in the mind.
IT IS one of the highlights of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival. It is one of the festival's must see shows. It is where the comedians take to the stage for an unscripted, edge of the seat set, featuring some of their darkest material.
Halloween has grown to be one of the biggest events in the ‘going out’ calendar and Halloween in Galway is frightfully good.
OLDER READERS will remember those halcyon days in the 1990s when lunchtime theatre was part of daily life in Galway. It was part of the streetscape itself as merry mischief-makers like The Flying Pigs and The Mad Susans took to the thoroughfares to coax the unwary into the back of The King’s Head.