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WHAT HAPPENS when a touring stand-up comedian can no longer stand up? This is the central question in Reformer, the new show from the award winning Irish comedian, Danny O'Brien.
Performing at the Róisín Dubh on Tuesday, Michael Mee is an ex-solicitor and former law lecturer from Cork.
IF COMEDY was a religion, Róisín Dubh would be Mecca, the Vatican, or Jerusalem. OK, maybe it is more like Knock, but one thing for sure, it is arguably the home of comedy in the west of Ireland.
THERE IS little more than a week to go to the start of the 2018 Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway and this year’s star studded festival is shaping up to be an absolute belter.
DANNY O’BRIEN has been in prison. No, he has not been incarcerated, nor has he committed any misdemeanours. The comedian was performing stand-up sets for in-mates of Mountjoy and Wheatfield gaols - an experience which has inspired his latest show, Lock-In.
“SOME PEOPLE have told me I’m grumpy; it’s not something I’m aware of. It’s not like I walk around poking children in the eye...not very small ones anyway." So says Dylan Moran, about himself.
THERE ARE not many comedians who can boast they have followed in the footsteps of Simon Pegg, Dylan Moran, and Dara O’Briain, but that is what Irish comic Danny O'Brien did in 2016.
Hailing from ‘The Rebel County’, Chris Kent gave up the day job as an electrician to pursue his calling in comedy. He emerged onto the Irish comedy scene in 2009 after winning the Bulmers Nuttin’ But Funny competition.
AFTER INHERITING a broken-down, unreliable, older-than-he-is motorcycle, award winning Irish comedian Danny O'Brien decided to take to the road on a comedic expedition.
SEANN WALSH, “unquestionably the best observational comic of his generation", according to The Guardian, and "this generation’s Dylan Moran" in the view of Time Out, plays the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh this week.