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THE AWARD winning British comic Carl Donnelly plays The Laughter Lounge in the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday at 8.30pm.
Gerry Mallon’s Laughter Loft in The Ruby Room in The King’s Head - part of this year’s Galway Arts Festival - continues for three more shows. Today sees Ian Coppinger (pictured) take to the stage, followed by Jarlath Regan tomorrow, and US comedienne Heather Le Roy on Saturday. Tickets are only available at the door which opens at 12.30pm and the shows begin at 1pm sharp.
Six men take to the stage. They have no script, little - if anything - to rehearse, and no idea what they will do as they don’t really know what the audience is going to suggest - welcome to comedy improv.
Imagine Harry Potter was a Canadian non-wizard, in his mid-thirties, who writes very funny jokes with his big hands. Such a description could sum up Tony Law.
THE COMEDY Club at Cuba* roars into life in the New Year when it presents a showcase of the cream of Irish talent on Friday January 2.
THE AMERICAN newspaper columnist and author Bill Vaughan once wrote about the Christmas and New Year period: “The optimist stays up until midnight to see the New Year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves.”
YOU HAVE to admire the audacity and foolhardiness of a group of comedians who perform a show with only a skeleton idea of what they will do, little in the way preparation, and relying on the goodwill and creativity of the audience.
THE WHOSE Line Is It Anyway? gang, featuring Phill Jupitus, will be in the Town Hall Theatre on Easter Sunday at 8pm and we have five pairs of tickets to giveaway.
The Cat Laughs festival has opened the box office for ticket sales at the brewery on Parliament Street in the city.