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CANADIAN COMIC Glenn Wool is known for tackling the big issues with a preacher’s zeal but a gangsters love of the punchline.
Dara O’ Briain is the biggest Irish comic to have emerged in recent years and he will take to the stage at The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Friday September 21. Already a huge star in Ireland where he produces and presents the hit TV comedy review show The Panel, Dara has now moved from being a sold-out festival favourite in Edinburgh to selling out theatres across the UK and mainstream television success including hosting popular TV shows such as Mock the Week.
SAUCY HUMOUR, off-the-wall sketches, hilarious songs, and a lot of ‘naughty but nice’ humour is on the cards from Late Night Gimp Fight.
LATE NIGHT Gimp Fight will bring their unapologetically English style of saucy humour, outrageous silliness, and hilarious sketches and routines to the Róisín Dubh next Wednesday at 8.30pm.
Ireland’s top selling comedian Jason Byrne takes to the road to hot-wire your comedy funny bones with his brand new show, Cirque du Byrne! Which will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on January 6, 2012, so you have been warned.
Dara O’Briain returns for one night only at The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Thursday February 23 2012. After selling out two shows in Castlebar last year ‘O Briain takes to the stage in February with tickets on sale from today.
NEXT WEDNESDAY at the Róisín Dubh will be something of a ladies’ night as the bill for the evening will feature four female comedians.
CANADIAN COMIC Pete Johansson has been making people laugh since becoming a stand up comedian in his teens.
SARAH MILLICAN, the first woman to win the Best Headliner at the Chortle awards, plays The Laughter Lounge in the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday at 8.30pm.
Hailed as “the future of Irish comedy”, Andrew Maxwell is a big favourite on the Irish and UK comedy circuit. And now he’s returning to Roscommon Arts Centre on Wednesday June 9.