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Top Irish stand-up Colin Murphy is making a break for the will-it-be-a-hard-or-soft-border to bring his new tour, which recently sold-out Northern Ireland venues as he would say "down south."
Local scientists and science enthusiasts will battle it out this evening (Thursday) for a place in the national final of FAMELAB, the largest science communication competition in the world. The regional heat will take place at 7pm tonight at An Taibhdhearc in Galway and the event is free to attend.
"TO BE an audience member in Farrelly’s crowd is a joy. Each joke landed perfectly...impeccable comic timing," is how Broadway Baby described Gearóid Farrelly at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
THREE TOP Northern Irish comedians - Micky Bartlett, Shane Todd, and Colin Geddis - will take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow night for a first rate taste of Ulster comedy.
HE HAS been called ‘The Hairy Baby’. It’s a mystery no one has yet called him ‘The Bearded Wonder’. What is absolutely certain though, is that Steve Bennett is Irish Comedian Of The Year 2016, Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh MC, and a serious comedic talent, with the potential to go far in the business.
WHEN THE crowd in the Town Hall Theatre rose to give Foil Arms and Hog a standing ovation after they performance their show, Doomdah, last Friday night, it was a deserved accolade, but perhaps, for the comedians, a bittersweet one.
ANDREW MAXWELL, “one of the most significant comedians working in the country today", according to The Independent, returns to Galway to perform his latest show, Yo Contraire, at the Róisín Dubh.
JOE ROONEY is best known as 'gurrier priest' Fr Damo from Father Ted, barfly Timmy Higgins on Killinaskully, and from his appearances on Red Rock, but he is also a first rate stand-up and improv comedian.
Roscommon Arts Centre hosts Stacey Gregg’s award-winning play Scorch on Thursday, October 20 at 8pm. Scorch has just returned from a hugely successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where it picked up no less than five awards, including Best Actor for Amy McAllister.
Fresh from winning the ‘Lustrum’ award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016, a nominated Fishamble Best New Play at the Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015, and BBC International Playwriting award, Orla Murphy’s Remember to Breathe comes to Roscommon Arts Centre on Wednesday, September 28 at 8pm.