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JOE ROONEY, a legend of Irish comedy; Enya Martin, internet sensation turned stage sensation; and a host of Galway comics will be performing for your pleasure this Saturday.
THERE IS no such thing as 'easing into the New Year' for Karl Spain. Only three weeks into 2020 and the Limerick comedian has hit the ground running, with gigs in Dubai already under his belt.
Comedians Francis Cronin, Joe Rooney, Karl Spain & a very special celebrity guest will bring the very best of Irish stand-up comedy to the stage to launch Rough Set Ireland 2019, at the legendary Roísín Dubh.
A STALWART of the Irish stand-up comedy scene, Joe Rooney is best known for his roles as Father Damo in Father Ted and Timmy in the RTÉ sitcom Killinaskully, and he is about to headline the Comedy KARLnival.
The Dean Crowe Theatre stage is the venue in which to be as the atmospheric auditorium hosts three enticing productions of note
'Culchie Warriors', set to perform on the Dean Crowe Theatre Stage on Saturday, November 2, brings two of the most memorable characters from Father Ted together for a night of hilarious comedy to the Dean Crowe Theatre, with a chance to compete in a 'Lovely Girls' competition.
FIVE PERFORMERS arrive on stage with no script and not the faintest idea of what will happen. This is improv comedy, and there are few better at improv than The Stephen Frost Allstars
The Dean Crowe Theatre launched its new programme of activity this week. Packed with an eclectic mix of events, the theatre has something for everybody over the coming months. Highlights of the programme include theatre with Phelim Drew, music with Matthew Gilsenan, children’s theatre, family entertainment, schools shows, and lots of comedy with Tommy Tiernan, Rory’s Stories, Joe Rooney, and Patrick McDonnell as well as the Dirtbirds’ Self Help Tour.
THE BIGGEST laughs in the smallest room? It can only be that much loved arts festival institution - Gerry Mallon's Laughter Loft at The Ruby Room in The King's Head.
THE BIGGEST laughs in the smallest room? It can only be that much loved Galway International Arts Festival institution - Gerry Mallon's Laughter Loft at The Ruby Room in The King's Head.