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OWEN COLGAN of the Hardy Bucks is fascinated by the American wrestler and actor Ronda Rousey, and she, and other topics, will be discussed in the man's new stand-up solo show.
HARDY BUCKS, best known for their mockumentary style video series on RTÉ and online, following the fictional exploits of a group of fellahs living in small-town Ireland, are coming to Galway.
The fallout from the controversy over the filming of part of the new season of the Hardy Bucks TV show in Toomore graveyard continued this week, with one county councillor saying that he'd have shot at them if it had been done in his area, and another saying that he would have physically prevented them filming if he was in the area at the time.
KEVIN MCGAHERN, the star of RTE’s Republic of Telly, and described as a "Gas bastard" by The Rubberbandits, hits the stage of the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh on Friday March 18 at 8.30pm.
THE GRITTY stomp-rock of Sal Vitro will be on display in Monroe’s Live tonight from 10pm.
Midlands-based band The Aftermath hit the silver screen last week with not one but two songs featured on what is to be one of the biggest Irish films of the year The Hardy Bucks Movie.
A new online comedy show, Student Teacher, which is made and set in Galway has made it through to the third round of the RTE competition, Storyland, and is seeking the public’s continued support to get through to the next stage.
After a successful first series and Christmas special, the lazy likeable lads from Castletown are back with another outing of Hardy Bucks. The programme is due to commence on RTÉ One, 10.20pm on Monday November 14.
THE OUTLAW Concy Ryan and Lucky Run are two Galway based drama series competing with six others from across the country on RTÉ’s StoryLand competition.
When Hardy Bucks won StoryLand, RTÉ's drama competition, last year, the web series became an online phenomenon, with three million hits, and an instant word-of-mouth favourite. Next week, the Hardy Bucks will be moving from the computer screen to the small screen when RTÉ Two broadcast the first of a three part Hardy Bucks series on Tuesday October 12.