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FAR FROM Literature We Were Reared the annual hooley of prose, poetry, music, and craic by Galway writers and performers, returns to the Róisín Dubh this Sunday at 8pm.
IRISH COMIC Fred Cooke, best known from Republic of Telly, The Savage Eye, and The Liffey Laughs, headlines a charity comedy gig at NUI Galway on Monday.
TEDFEST 2015, the annual celebration of all things Father Ted returns to Galway this month with a table quiz and Toilet Duck Awards taking place in the city’s West End.
THE PENULTIMATE Show Me The Funny heat takes place this Monday at 8pm in The King’s Head, with only four grand final places left to fill.
SIMON AMSTELL, David Baddiel, 30 Rock’s Judah Friedlander, punk poet John Cooper Clarke, and The Faulty Towers Dining Experience are all on their way to Galway to make the end of October the funniest 12 days of the year.
NEW ZEALAND comic Danny Dowling will lead a night of laughter at the Róisín Dubh at the Comedy Cocktails Standup Showcase.
Danny Dowling, the New Zealand born, Galway based comedian, noted how emigration to the islands saw “the English going to Christchurch, the Scots to Dunedin, and the Irish congregating around Timaru”.
HE MAY call himself “Ireland’s slowest rising comedy star!” but Danny Dowling is all over this year’s Galway Comedy Festival both as a participant and an MC of what could be among the festival’s wildest and most outrageous nights.
TWO SHOWS not to miss at this year’s Galway Comedy Festival are the Mad Hatters Tea Party and Gunther’s Sunday Roast, featuring an eclectic, eccentric array of comics.
A COMEDIAN stands on stage, alone with a microphone. There are a hundred or so strangers in the room and the comic has two minutes to make them laugh. Can s/he do it?