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Chris Martin @ Róisín Dubh

CHRIS MARTIN - no, not the guy from Coldplay - but the award winning comedian, is coming to Galway to play upstairs in the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday at 8.30pm.

Galway Comedy Festival day by day

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THE GALWAY Comedy Festival is in full swing and from today until Monday you have plenty of good reasons to get out and have a laugh with all the great shows that are on. If you are still deciding check out this day by day listing.

Four Poofs & A Piano - camp, cabaret, songs and laughter

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FOUR GAY friends, a piano, sing-alongs, comedy, cabaret, and all the laughs you can squeeze into an evening is on the cards when Four Poofs & A Piano strut their stuff on the stage of the Town Hall Theatre this month.

Men’s health is no laughing matter

Men can not afford to be embarrassed when it comes to issues in relation to their health, according to Professor Frank Sullivan, consultant radiation oncologist at University College Hospital Galway.

Cancer Care West comedy fundraiser

DES BISHOP will host a comedy charity fundraising night for Cancer Care West in the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday, starting at 8.30pm.

Phill Jupitus @ Róisín Dubh

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 bird is the word @ The Laughter Lounge

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RADIO BIRDMAN might have sung about ‘More Fun’ but Markus Birdman can promise plenty of it when he comes to Galway next week.

Jason Byrne returns to Laughter Lounge

A roll call of great comics coming to The Laughter Lounge

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LORD BYRON once said “Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine.” He was echoed in this by Doris Lessing who declared “Laughter is by definition healthy.”

‘Alabama is who I am’ says comedienne Heather Le Roy

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SHE LIVES in LA, is “mildly in love” with Galway, but at heart she is a Southerner and a proud Alabamian who was inspired to become a comedienne - not by anything as predictable as another comedian - but by her Baptist preacher grandfather. She is Heather Le Roy.


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