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WHOSE LINE Is It Anyway?, featuring the talents of Stephen Frost, Andy Smart, Steve Steen, and Ireland’s Ian Coppinger, make a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh.
SEAN LOCK will be among the comedians joining Whose Line Is It Anyway? at the Róisín Dubh during its Galway Comedy Festival run.
World, European, and Irish premieres in theatre and dance, leading international rock bands, the best in Irish comedy, and an array of international street theatre will all feature in this year’s Galway Arts Festival which takes place from Monday July 15 to Sunday 28.
Tommy Tiernan, Ardal O’Hanlon, Pat Shortt, Des Bishop, Reginald D Hunter, and Rich Hall are coming to Galway this October Bank Holiday Weekend for the Bulmer’s Pear Galway Comedy Festival.
THE WHOSE Line Is It Anyway? gang make a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh next Wednesday at 8.30pm.
SINCE RETURNING to stand-up comedy the great Phill Jupitus has made the Róisín Dubh something of a second home for himself.
8 OUT Of 10 Cats team captain Sean Lock will be the special guest joining the Whose Line Is It Anyway? team at their two Galway Arts Festival shows next month.
PHILL JUPITUS made his name as a stand up comic, however in recent years he has become better known for his TV and radio work, but now he is returning to stand-up.
THE EVER popular Whose Line Is It Anyway? returns to the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday May 18 for another night of mayhem, mirth, and improv.
Five brave performers will arrive with no script and not the faintest idea of what will happen. Willed on by a supportive crowd, through improvisation they create whole sketches and comic dramas that are amazingly inventive and sometimes take off into flights of surreal brilliance. The TV show of the same name, Whose Line Is it Anyway? Is a pale imitation when compared to this live show. The live show will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre on Saturday October 23 at 9pm.