Search Results for 'Tommy Tiernan'

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Funny man Tiernan is coming back to Castlebar

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Love him or hate him, Tommy Tiernan has become one of Ireland’s most successful stand up comics over the past decade. While controversy has occasionally followed him in his career, Tiernan has continued to pack them in across the country and world-wide. In the lead up to Christmas he has just released his new DVD Crooked Man, filmed in City Limits in Cork, and is on a nationwide tour which will have its last pre-Christmas stop in The Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on December 22.

Performance acts hit the spot for laughs at Cat Laughs Festival

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Once again the cats have had the last laugh and after a weekend of laughter, craic, and a lot more, the comedians have once again left town for another year.

Cat Laughs Festival launches All-Ireland talent search

The Cat Laughs Comedy Festival, which attracts 30,000 visitors to Kilkenny each year, has begun a search to find the nation’s emerging comedic talent.

Do you think you are a comedian?

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HAVE YOU ever been to a comedy gig and thought ‘I could do that’? Well, now is your chance with a new competition from The King’s Head in association with Bulmers.

Paddy Courtney to bring Sundays at The Comedy Club to a close

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When Paddy Courtney takes to the stage of The Comedy Club at Cuba* this Sunday he will be closing a major chapter of Galway comedy and paving the way for the opening of a new one.

Win Tommy Tiernan’s Bovinity DVD

BOVINITY, THE new DVD from Tommy Tiernan captures the comic on his outrageous recent tour of Ireland of the same name and we have six copies to give away.

i102-104 celebrates Christmas chart success in aid of charity

It’s official. “Maniac 2008”, i102-104’s remake of the Mark McCabe classic, has made it into the Irish Christmas single charts at number 23 while raising vital cash for charity at the same time.

Tommy Tiernan to make Guinness Book of Records attempt in Galway

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TOMMY TIERNAN will attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records with his new show Testamental which he will perform in Galway during the Easter Weekend.


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NEW YORKER Eddie Brill had originally intended to study science and mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology but after experiencing a family tragedy he discovered stand-up comedy.

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.


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