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JACK DEE has announced he is bringing his new stand-up show, Off The Telly, to Galway's Town Hall Theatre in 2020 for two nights, and tickets go on sale tomorrow morning.
THE CLOCK is ticking with less than two weeks to go until Ireland’s biggest comedy festival - the Vodafone Comedy Carnival - hits Galway, and it is terrific to see so many downright hilarious women making up a large part of the line-up.
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.
One of the most prolific joke-tellers of recent times, Jimmy Carr, has announced at Athlone date as part of his latest Irish tour.
BRITISH COMEDIAN Geoff Whiting - the man who gave Jimmy Carr his start - is coming to Galway to perform at The Cellar Comedy Club, which is marking its first birthday this month.
MONTY PYTHON'S Spamalot will be performed in the Town Hall Theatre next year after Galway theatre company Twin Productions secured the rights to the Tony Award-winning show. It will also be the first Irish company to produce this show in Ireland.
THE MIGHTY BOOSH'S Noel Fielding stars in AAAAAAAAH!, the eccentric British comedy-horror film where the actors speak entirely in grunts and gibberish, which will be shown as part of the TULCA Festival of Visual Arts.