The Two Johnnies took to the stage at The Prince of Wales on Friday night last. Performing their 'Big Ball Small Ball' show to a sold out audience, the comedy duo brought their facebook sketches to life in front of an appreciative audience.
Recognisable characters such as Gerry McCarty and Tom Dorly (the farmers ) and Noel and Mr. Chairman (GAA committee ) were firm fan favourites and the Tipp due also welcomed a new persona to their repertoire, Micko Wallace TD.
The comedy pair, who are famously known in the GAA world as Johnny B and Johnny Smacks have played countless gigs, released their own hit singles and launched their own website.
Internet sensations of stand up comedy, sketches and songs, the lads had a hugely successful 2017 and are continuing in a similar vein this year again this year, with astronomical growth of their fan base on both Facebook and Snapchat.
They recently released ‘Summer Tune’ - the most Irish Summer Song ever! 'Summer Tune' name checks trips to Tramore, farmer tans and the holy grail - the weeks of freedom following the Leaving Cert. Don't forget the obligatory 'grand stretch in the evening' salute, Wexford strawberries, a trip to Electric Picnic as well as a reference to Italia '90 and it seems the boys have cracked the code to the ultimate summer anthem. It has clocked up over 20,000 views online within two hours of going live and over 77,000 people have so far watched it. These are the new age generation D'unbelievables.
The Prince of Wales hope to have the lads back and hope to announce more comedy gigs at The Prince of Wales in the near future. See social media for upcoming gigs.