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SMALL IN stature but huge in comic talent, Tanyalee Davis is a feisty 3ft 6” Canadian comedian who has been described as the Ferrari of comedy – low to the ground and racy. She has performed all over the world and featured on flagship comedy TV shows like Live at the Apollo and The John Bishop Show. Now, she is taking her sparky brand of sharp comedy and candid stories to next month’s Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.
GINA YASHERE is best known as the British correspondent, explaining all things Brexit, on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, and next month, she comes to the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.
BORN INTO the Havana of the 1970s, nurtured on a diet of soulful, sexy tunes, and inspired by Cuban mythology, The Cuban Brothers are entertainment personified with their high energy shows combining music, riotous comedy, and sensational dancing.
WHEN COMEDIAN Al Murray launched his political bid against Nigel Farage at the 2015 British general election, he declared: “It seem to me that the UK is ready for a bloke waving a pint around, offering common sense solutions.”
GALWAY AUDIENCES have a chance to become part of comedy history as Flight of the Conchords star, Rhys Darby, is shooting his live comedy special in the Town Hall Theatre this October.
DYLAN MORAN, Sean Lock, Reginald D Hunter, Jason Byrne, Rich Hall, Milton Jones, Gina Yashere, Joel Dommett, Rhys Darby, Enya Martin, Al Murray and Dermot & Dave are just some of the stand-up superstars heading to Galway for this year’s Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway 2018.
CURSED BY Good Intentions, a one-man show from local writer/performer Conor Montage has its Irish premiere at An Taibhdhearc on Sunday October 29 at 7pm as part of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival.
BRITISH COMEDIAN Stephen K Amos is one of the most popular performers on the circuit and he joins the legion of laughmeisters coming to Galway next week for the Vodafone Comedy Carnival.
YOU KNOW what it’s like. You are waiting for a hop-on hop-off city tour bus, then one comes along with Karl Spain cracking jokes on the mic. Do you get on? Will you learn anything about Galway?
WILD ATLANTIC Wahey is not a spelling error – but it could be a huge mistake! The people behind Vodafone Comedy Carnival went brainstorming recently and decided to bring comedy to Connemara.