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Father John Misty announces Róisín Dubh show

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FATHER JOHN Misty, the alter-ego of singer-songwriter and Fleet Foxes drummer J Tillman, will play Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh on Thursday October 22.

McSavage and Irrera for Róisín Dubh

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DOM IRRERA and David McSavage will headline separate shows at the Róisín Dubh, with the Irishman closing the month of May and the American starting June.

Paddy Casey live at the Linenhall

The brilliant singer/songwriter Paddy Casey performs at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday June 27 at 8pm. Paddy Casey has been the forefront of the Irish music scene since his debut album Amen (So Be It) in 1999, while his second release Living became a massive seller in Ireland, out-selling even U2, and containing the hit singles “The Lucky One” and “Saints and Sinners”. In the following years Paddy has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with that very band on their Vertigo Tour, he has had week long sold-out residencies in Dublin's prestigious Olympia Theatre and RDS, and performed on the CBS hit chat show The Late Show with David Letterman.

Paddy Casey to perform in Westport

On Sunday August 1, Paddy Casey will play a special gig at the Westport Country Lodge Hotel.

Funny man Tiernan takes to the stage at The Hub

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The inimitable Tommy Tiernan performs at The Hub, Cillin Hill for the first time tonight (Friday July 23). Having broken all box office records in Ireland, Tommy Tiernan is now second only to U2 for live ticket sales in Ireland. 

A roll call of great comics coming to The Laughter Lounge

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LORD BYRON once said “Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine.” He was echoed in this by Doris Lessing who declared “Laughter is by definition healthy.”

Paddy Casey brings his unique sound and lyrics to Kilkenny

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After spending much of the year performing in the US, the country’s favourite singer songwriter, Paddy Casey is back on home soil, and will perform a number of live acoustic performances at various venues throughout Ireland over the coming months.


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NEW YORKER Eddie Brill had originally intended to study science and mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology but after experiencing a family tragedy he discovered stand-up comedy.


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