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AL PORTER, the Dublin comedian declared "Ireland's ascendant king of camp" by the Irish Independent, returns to the Galway to play the Róisín Dubh this Sunday at 8.30pm as part of the Galway International Arts Festival.
THERE WILL be plenty to laugh about at the Galway Fringe Festival with a comedy line-up that includes Galway favourites Bob Hennigan and Connor McDonough-Flynn, and the Best of Irish Comedy Awards.
JASON BYRNE makes a welcome return to Galway on Friday June 19 at 8.30pm when he brings his new show There's A Grand Stretch In The Evenings to the Róisín Dubh.
AL PORTER, “Ireland’s ascendant king of camp” according to the Irish Independent, and for David McSavage, “one of the few comedians that actually makes me laugh”, is coming to Galway.
“THE WHEEL of Fortune, round it goes, where it stops nobody knows” goes the old fairground cry and for Jason Byrne’s new show that cry will be the maxim of the night, taking the audience and the comedian himself into uncharted, maybe even unchartable, territory.
AFTER SPENDING much of last year cooped up in the BBC writing and recording his new sitcom Father Figure, Jason Byrne is unleashed back on the live circuit for 2014.
COMEDIANS MARK Thomas, Sean Hughes, and Jason Byrne are confirmed to play the Róisín Dubh and ‘Róisín Dubh presents...’ shows in 2014.
By Kernan Andrews
“THE MOST wasted of all days is one without laughter,” said the poet e e cummings, so don’t let the October Bank Holiday Weekend go to waste, as there are seven days of laughter to be had at the Bulmers Galway Comedy Festival.
PHILL JUPITUS is talking over Galway for the October Bank Holiday weekend as there will be no fewer than five chances to see him during the Bulmer’s Galway Comedy Festival.