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WHEN THE Rubberbandits call you a "gas bastard", and Charlie Brooker declares you "made me laugh out loud”, then you know, as a comedian, you have reached an extremely high standard.
SURREAL, ABSURD, shouty, yet powerful nonsense, that is also not without meaning, will be the order of the day when Tony Law, "the King of post-modern nonsense", according to The Daily Telegraph, returns to Galway.
BRASS EYE was a British comedy series which parodied current affairs shows. It ran for seven episodes on Channel 4 between 1997 and 2001, and featured such writers as Arthur Mathews, Graham Linehan, Charlie Brooker, and David Quantick.
KEVIN MCGAHERN has been called a "gas bastard" by The Rubberbandits and Charlie Brooker said he "made me laugh out loud", and Galway will see why when he plays the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
HE HAS been "reported to the FBI" after a recent Tweet about Donald Trump, and warned by some zealous right-wingers not to travel to the USA. So he's coming to Ireland instead this summer.
TONY LAW might be the closest thing to experiencing nonsense nirvana. The Daily Telegraph crowned him "the King of post-modern nonsense", while The Guardian said he "takes post-modern stand-up to a dangerously funny new level".
JACK TAYLOR, the hit TV series made in Galway and inspired by the novels of award winning Galway author Ken Bruen, begins its new season on the new Irish TV channel be3 - formerly UTV Ireland - this Saturday at 9pm.