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WE HAVE all seen them - large groups of tourists, hen or stag parties, on the pedal powered bikes, cycling around Galway, listening to loud music, having the craic, and thought, “That looks fun”. Well here is your chance.
Jason Byrne, the man The Times calls "the outright king of live comedy" will headline the next Róisín Dubh online Comedy KARLnival as the show which has kept us laughing through the lockdown, takes a bold step into the future, becoming an online comedy club and kind of TV show in one.
JASON BYRNE, the man The Times calls "the outright king of live comedy" will headline the next Róisín Dubh online Comedy KARLnival as the show which has kept us laughing through the lockdown, takes a bold step into the future, becoming an online comedy club and a kind of TV show in one.
TOM O'MAHONY, described by the late, very grate Rik Mayall as "psychotically funny", and Jo Caulfield, “one of the finest female comics at work” according to The Observer, play the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.
GALWAY'S FIRST comedy show of the autumn will take place in Massimo, William Street West, next week, with stand-up from Stephen Ryan, Eddie Mullarkey, and MC Karl Spain.
THE CORONAVIRUS may have stopped us from going out to see a comedy show, but it cannot stop stand-up comedy coming straight to us.
HE GOT out of Brighton, survived that Strictly Come Dancing controversy, called a recent tour After This One, I'm Going Home, but Seann Walsh is nothing if not irrepressible.
A stellar line-up of artists will take to the Royal Theatre stage on Friday February 28 in the forthcoming Mayo Music Extravaganza Concert, including three internationally renowned vocal soloists – Baritone David Durham; Mezzo Soprano Anne Marie Gibbons and Hugh Francis.
WALTER MACKEN was one of the finest writers to emerge from the west of Ireland in the 20th century, and one of the most popular, but in recent decades his work has fallen into neglect.
AN IRISH comedy legend, a British-Iranian superstar, and an ex-pat American as controversial as he is acclaimed, walk onto the stage of a comedy festival...this is not the start of a joke.