2022 IN Galway will begin with huge laughs when Tommy Tiernan performs the warm-up shows for his Tomfoolery tour at the Róisín Dubh.
The shows, which take place on January 3 and 4 (sold out ), and WEdnesday January 5 are on sale now. They will see Tommy deliver his trademark mix of highly personal and flamboyant storytelling, with his no-holds-barred approach to the art of stand-up.
All ticket holders must be fully vaccinated. Covid certs/proof of vaccination will be checked at the door, along with a valid ID, in line with HSE guidelines regarding indoor events.
The Roisin Dubh have also announced two other shows for 2022 with Patrick Kielty in May and Gary Delaney at the Galway Comedy Festival in October.
Patrick Kielty will perform his show, Borderline, at the Black Box Theatre on Thursday May 5 at 7pm. This will be the County Down comedian’s first live tour in five years. During the show he will take aim at Brexit, borders, protocols, and politicians, as he tries to make sense of what a dis-United Kingdom and a dis-United Ireland means for the future of these islands.
Gary Delaney, “one of Britain's grandmasters of the one-liner,” according to Chortle.co.uk, brings his show, Gary In Punderland, to the Róisín Dubh on Thursday October 27 at 8pm.
A star of Live at the Apollo and a regular on Mock the Week special guest, he is, as The Scotsman said, a comic who delivers “more quality jokes in one hour than most comics have in their entire careers”.
Tickets on sale now from 10am at the www.roisindubh.net