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THE VERY best names in Irish and international comedy - performing stand-up shows in the Róisín Dubh - will feature on your TV screens over the next few weeks.
Who would have believed it? The ‘Sold Out’ signs went up outside every venue for the Kilkenomics Festival last weekend.
So where’s the Cannes Film Festival being held this year?So where’s the Cannes Film Festival being held this year?
A good question, Christina. Answers on a postcard to Christina Aquilera, who originally posed the question.
Kilkenomics is KIlkenny’s newest and most contemporary festival and it’s all happening next month. Lauded as planning to be seriously useful And seriously funny too, Kilkenomics is set to combine insightful economic analysis and commentary with hilarious comic observations.
THE GALWAY Comedy Festival is on and the city is set for a weekend of laughs with comics like David O’Doherty, Dead Cat Bounce, Andrew Maxwell, and Phill Jupitus.
Cat Laughs Comedy Festival founder Richard Cooke and popular TV economist David McWilliams are coming together for a novel business event this November in Kilkenny entitled Kilkenomics.
Rich Hall, Jim Jeffries, Aprés Match, and David O’Doherty are just some of the comedians who will be performing at next month’s Galway Comedy Festival.
NORTHERN IRISH comic Colin Murphy, best known from The Panel and The Blame Game, plays The Laughter Lounge at the Róisín Dubh next Wednesday.
It’s that time of year again - when hysteria takes over and belly laughs become the norm - the Carlsberg Cat Laughs Comedy Festival is due back in town.
Saturday December 27 promises to be full to the brim of festive fun and frolics when Neil Delamere and Jason Byrne come to the Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre. A double helping of comedy genius arrives in Castlebar and Christmas Craic! is a show not to be missed. Neil Delamere is one of the top headline acts working in the Irish comedy scene today and is one of the biggest factors in the huge success of RTE television’s hit show The Panel . Having performed on five continents, he staged his debut solo show in the Edinburgh festival in 2004. His live stand-up set was then recorded for the BBC comedy series One Night Stand. Hailed by the Irish Independent for his countless MC skills, Neil is the regular compere at several gigs round Dublin. He has performed all over Ireland as well as at the prestigious Kilkenny Cat Laughs Festival, the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival and the Adelaide Fringe Festival. He featured in both series of the TV stand-up show Liffey Laughs. Neil also presented the RTE television series covering the Montreal festival for two years in a row as well as The World Stands Up for Paramount. Apart from being one of the stars of The Panel, alongside Andrew Maxwell and Colin Murphy, Neil is also a regular on The Blame Game, a topical TV show for the BBC. “No TV camera could accurately measure the lightning speed of Delamere’s wit” – The Irish Times.