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Johnny Candon next up for the Comedy KARLnival

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HE HAS toured Britain with Ricky Gervais and John Oliver, was a founding member of the acclaimed Robin Ince’s Book Club, and has performed regularly with Russell Brand and Stewart Lee.

Jess Klein - Irish tour starts in Galway

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JESS KLEIN has been called "a songwriter with a voice of unblinking tenacity" by The New York Times, while MOJO said she has “one of those voices you want to crawl up close to the speakers to listen to”.

Glenn Wool - 'jaw-hurtingly funny'

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GLENN WOOL, the comedian described as "side-splittingly, jaw-hurtingly funny” by Time Out, Sydney and as “one of the best comics in the business," by Chortle.co.uk, who also advised, "go and see him now!”, returns to Galway.

'I once got asked to satirise every Pokemon character – in numerical order!'

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POLITICS, SPORTS, puns, and just about any subject you care to mention, are all grist to the comic mill of satirist supreme Andy Zaltzman who is appearing at the Róisín Dubh on Saturday February 10.

Wyvern Lingo - debut album, Róisín Dubh show

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WYVERN LINGO'S long awaited debut album finally arrives in late February, while March sees the Wicklow trio tour Ireland, including a stop-off in Galway to play the Róisín Dubh.

ASIWYFA - NYE @ Róisín Dubh

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FOUR YEARS ago, And So I Watch You From Afar reinvented math-rock with All Hail Bright Futures. This year, they did it again with their fifth album, The Endless Shimmering - they remain the most exciting band in Ireland.

ASIWYFA - NYE @ Róisín Dubh

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FOUR YEARS ago, And So I Watch You From Afar reinvented math-rock with All Hail Bright Futures. This year, they did it again with their fifth album, The Endless Shimmering - they remain the most exciting band in Ireland.

Rusangano Family - Róisín Dubh and all-ages show

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WHAT A year it has been for the Rusangano Family - winning the Choice Music Prize for Best Album with their debut, Let the Dead Bury The Dead; playing the Luminato, Shambala, and Electric Picnic festivals; and releasing the singles ‘I Know You Know’ and ‘Tea In A Pot’.

Declan O'Rourke - Famine songs at the Black Box

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IT IS A project 15 years in the making, and the realisation of a long held ambition, to chronicle in song the devastating disaster of The Great Famine, and its impact on the lives of those who experienced it.

Brass Eye - behind the scenes with Michael Cumming

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BRASS EYE was a British comedy series which parodied current affairs shows. It ran for seven episodes on Channel 4 between 1997 and 2001, and featured such writers as Arthur Mathews, Graham Linehan, Charlie Brooker, and David Quantick.

 

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