TANYALEE DAVIS, “the little lady with the big voice” (Chortle.co.uk ), and Totally Wired, "Ireland’s oldest and least successful boy band", bring the laughter to the Róisín Dubh next week.
The show takes place on Tuesday September 15 and will feature Tanyalee on the big screen via Zoom; with Totally Wired, along with support from FABU-D, on stage at the Dominick Street venue. The MC will be Karl Spain.
Tanyalee Davis is a feisty 3’6” Canadian comedian who has been described as the Ferrari of comedy – low to the ground and kind of racy. She has headlined at comedy clubs around the world; supported Frankie Boyle; and appeared on Live at the Apollo, The Last Leg, and The John Bishop Show. She has also appeared in the films El Matador, For Da Love Of Money, and Austin Powers: Goldmember.
Musical comedy duo and stars of Republic of Telly, Totally Wired have been described by The Irish Times as "Ireland’s answer to Flight of the Conchords". They have appeared at Electric Picnic, Indiependence, The Cat Laughs, Body and Soul and last October’s Comedy Carnival. They perform an interactive mix of comedy and music. As Des Bishop said, "Guaranteed to always bring it, they'll never let you down."
FABU-D (aka Fabio David ) channels the experience of the African man in Europe and embraces Irish culture through his live sets. He first came to attention performing on the streets of Dublin and creating viral videos which have amassed more than 150 millions views online.
Doors are at 8pm. Tickets are €25 per person, and includes dinner and the show. A limited number of tables are available. Table of two is €50, and €100 for four. Booking is via www.roisindubh.net
Government Covid-19 guidelines will be observed. Table service only, Payment by cash or card at your table, hand sanitisers available, face mask to be worn upon entry and exit.