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IT WAS 20 years ago this year that Al Murray introduced the world to the Pub Landlord, his pompously loveable, slightly jingoistic, opinionated font of ‘common sense’, who espouses a ‘Thank God I’m an Englishman’ view of the world, and is hopelessly in love with being British!
ERIC LAWLOR, the Dublin comedian voted Comic of the Year by readers of Entertainment.ie, is the special guest at this week’s Show Me The Funny.
FAMILY DRAMAS, WWII, gender identity, comic adventures, and examinations of Australian and Russian society will be played out on-screen as part of the Galway Film Society’s winter/spring season of films at the Town Hall Theatre.
“THE WHEEL of Fortune, round it goes, where it stops nobody knows” goes the old fairground cry and for Jason Byrne’s new show that cry will be the maxim of the night, taking the audience and the comedian himself into uncharted, maybe even unchartable, territory.
The Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar has just released its spring 2015 programme online, and a vibrant, diverse and exciting programme it is too.
KARL SPAIN can afford to wear that trademark mischievous smile. The last two years have seen the Limerick comedian enjoying the form of his life and truly hit his stride as anyone who has seen him at either this, or last year’s, Galway comedy festivals will testify.
HE IS the rapper and fiddle player on The Rolling Tax Revue’s ‘No Privatisation, Irish Water, Irish Nation!’ song which has gone viral on YouTube. He is also The Man From Mogaga who went Around The World On 80 Quid.
BRENDAN GRACE makes a welcome return to Galway in January and will get 2015 off to a hilarious start when he plays The Salthill Hotel on Sunday January 4 and the Loughrea Hotel, Loughrea, on Thursday January 22.
KEVIN BRIDGES, the Scottish comedian described by fellow Scot Billy Connolly as “brilliant”, by The Guardian as a “comedy prodigy”, and by the Daily Mirror as “a MUST-SEE act” is coming to Galway next year to play two shows.
ALAN CARR, the British comedian and host of the brilliant Channel 4 chat show Chatty Man, is coming to Galway in 2015 to perform his new stand-up show Yap, Yap, Yap!.