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DAMO AND Ivor star, Tom ‘Bear’ O’Mahony, a regular on RTÉ's Republic of Telly and Irish Pictorial Weekly, and FM's Breakfast Republic, headlines at Monroe’s Laughter Gaff this Sunday at 8pm.
HE PLAYS the Father Gabriel on the hit RTÉ series Briget and Eammon, he is a regular on Republic of Telly, and he is also accomplished stand-up comedian. He is Edwin Sammon.
Sinn Féin Senator Trevor O’Clochartaigh has said this week that Mayo County Council will be out pocket by a tune of €691,776 this year because of a national agreement on rates recalculations.
The Galway city and county councils will be €1,116,323 out of pocket due to a national agreement on rates recalculation which sees rates payments made nationally, and not to the local authorities.
SOME OF the best emerging Irish comedians, who regularly headline the Róisín Dubh's Tuesday night Comedy Showcase, will be headlining tomorrow night's Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
Kathy Gleeson (Claremorris) was the winner of the fourth annual Padraig Cullina Memorial Irishtown 8k. The race was also a Mayo AC 2016 Vodafone C&C Cellular Club League race and the first of five upcoming Club League 8ks/5mile target races or bonus events, with points to be won by competing Mayo AC club members. The course is one lap starting and finishing near the community centre and has some tough stretches, particularly over the final two kilometres.
THE GREAT Al Porter, one of the most exciting and inspired Irish comedians to emerge in recent years, will make a welcome return to the Róísín Dubh, to perform his new show on Friday July 1.
The launch has taken place of the seventh Annual Vodafone Mayo AC 5k series of five races. The 2016 series will start on Tuesday, May 24 and continue weekly on the following four Tuesdays, all at 8pm sharp. Mayo AC are delighted once again to have the sponsorship of Vodafone C&C Cellular for the Series. Brendan Chambers was on hand to launch the series and continues to give great support to athletics in the county. The series also serves as a major fundraiser for the club.
TEDFEST, the annual celebration of Father Ted, comes to Galway from Monday February 22 to Wednesday 24, and this year the highlight will be stand-up comedy from Joe Rooney (Fr Damo), Michael Redmond (Fr Stone), and Patrick McDonnell (Eoin McLove).
YOU MIGHT know Eric Lalor as Fair City bad guy Cathal Spillane, but the Dubliner is also a very fine comedian who headlines the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow at 8.30pm.