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THE YEAR has barely begin and already Donald Trump and Iran's activities are bringing World War III closer, Australia burns, climate change rolls on...we really need good reasons to laugh right now.
ALISON SPITTLE, the star and writer of RTÉ's Nowhere Fast and Culchie Club, and the Tatler Comedian Of The Year, is bringing her new show, Makes A Show Of Herself, to Galway this month.
SHOW ME The Funny, Ireland's longest running and most wide reaching comedy talent competition, returns for its 12th season at The King's Head this month.
GERRY MALLON’S Laughter Loft has been called a ‘festival within a festival’ and is, without doubt, a Galway International Arts Festival institution.
ALISON SPITTLE, one of the most popular of a new generation of Irish comedians is, as well as being very funny, also a terrible worrier. She worries so much she's decided to do a show about it. Now she's worried about making it a good show.
As 2017 draws to a close, thoughts turn to the New Year and Galway theatre goers have much to look forward to from both home-based and visiting companies and theatre-makers.
GERRY MALLON'S Laughter Loft, the annual lunchtime comedy shows in the Ruby Room of The King's Head, is a Galway International Arts Festival institution, and returns for another run this month.
YOU MIGHT know Eric Lalor as Fair City bad guy Cathal Spillane, but the Dubliner is also a very fine comedian who headlines the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow at 8.30pm.
IT ARRIVED last September with a name people thought was a typo, but as soon as they said it out loud, the penny dropped, and it made perfect, quirkily comedic, sense. Since then it has been onwards and upwards for the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
AN 81-year-old who has been doing stand-up comedy since she was 71, an author of 15 books, with two masters degree's, who even made Simon Cowell laugh on Britain’s Got Talent, has just been added to the line-up of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.