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A sensational new drama/musical simply entitled Paddy is coming to the Dean Crowe Theatre in Athlone on Friday, November 20.
Naked Camera star PJ Gallagher, is making a highly anticipated comeback with his first Irish tour in two years and there is a Mayo performance scheduled in the 14-date ‘Concussion’ tour, at the Lodge at Ashford, in Cong, on Saturday, January 24.
ANDREW MAXWELL, one of Ireland’s leading comedians and a double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, comes to the Róisín Dubh this Saturday.
Carnacon native Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin has joined a panel of top scientists to help get the nation’s children interested in science and maths.
Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Andrew Maxwell, will return to Ireland touring his new show Banana Kingdom. With this blissfully funny show, Andrew will cover most of Ireland taking in 27 venues across the country, and will visit Galway on Saturday March 15 at the Róisín Dubh.
TOMMY FLEMING is coming to Galway in the New Year where he and his band will take to the stage of the Radisson Blu Hotel on Friday January 31.
Tommy Fleming returns to Roscommon Arts Centre as part of his biggest Irish tour to date, performing here on Friday November 1. After the success of his recently released album Begin and his 2012 tour, performing to 50,000 people across Ireland, Tommy returns to Roscommon after a hugely successful open air concert in Lough Key as part of The Gathering celebrations last May.
A D’Unbelievable night of hilarity is on the cards when Jon Kenny brings his new show to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, May 16 at 8pm. Jon Kenny Live heralds a return for Jon to the type of work that gave him the reputation as one of Ireland’s most talented comedians. Jon uses the changing face of contemporary Ireland as the scaffold on which to build his hilarious observations and characters in this new show. Running through such contrasting experiences as supporting Munster rugby to visiting a health spa, Jon takes no prisoners and delights in emphasising the humour in everyday life. He adds, “The show is really intimate. There are no sets, no props, no costume changes it is just fun and laughter all the way!” Formerly one half of the hugely successful duo D’Unbelievables, Jon Kenny is one of Ireland’s best-loved entertainers. In these days of doom and gloom, an evening of hilarious comedy in the company of the inimitable Jon Kenny is just what the doctor ordered.
International singing star, Tommy Fleming, is be an ambassador for the Mayo North Welcome Home Festival, a flagship Gathering event which will take place in the Ballina/North Mayo area during the period of August 1 to 9.