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DAVID MCSAVAGE, the man behind RTÉ’s Savage Eye and one of Ireland’s leading comedians, is coming to the Róisín Dubh on Friday April 5 at 8.30pm.
THE FIFTH and final heat of Show Me The Funny takes place this Monday at The King’s Head, with a headline slot from David McSavage.
It has been six years since comedian Pat Shortt first introduced us to the character of showband singer Dixie Walsh with the song ‘Jumbo Breakfast Roll’. The song took the Irish charts by storm, staying at Number One for six weeks and went on to be the best-selling Irish single of 2006. It also instantly established Dixie Walsh as one of Shortt’s best-loved creations from his wide array of comic characters.
GERRY MALLON’S Laughter Loft is a Galway Arts Festival institution and a great way to experience the best Irish comics up close and personal.
Having just completed an enormously successful run of Happy Days The Musical, presented by the Mullingar Student Players, and not content to rest on its laurels, the Arts Centre is busy changing the sets and setting up for the next two productions: Dear Frankie, a poignant and powerful drama about Ireland’s original agony aunt, Frankie Byrne; and Girls’ Night The Musical, which is touring Ireland at the moment, playing to packed houses.
LUNCHTIME LAUGHS are the order of the day at Gerry Mallon’s Laughter Loft in the Ruby Room in The King’s Head throughout the Galway Arts Festival.
GERRY MALLON’S Laughter Loft, the ever popular series of lunchtime comedy shows in The Ruby Room, The King’s Head, return this month.
LUNCHTIME LAUGHS and the chance to see some of the very best Irish comedians up close and personal are the order of the day when Gerry Mallon’s Laughter Loft returns next month.
DAVID MCSAVAGE, the man behind RTÉ 2’s The Savage Eye will play the Comedy Club at Kudos in Oranmore returns on Bank Holiday Saturday April 23.
DAVID MCSAVAGE, “the most divisive comedian in the country,” according to the Evening Herald, will play NUI, Galway as part of Students’ Union College Week.