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SIXTEEN LOCAL comedians will take part in The Stand-up Show Down event in the Róisín Dubh on Saturday January 31 at 9pm.
BART SIMPSON once said: “Hey, since when is Christmas just about the presents? Aren’t we forgetting the true meaning of this day? The birth of Santa?”
FATHER TED ran from 1995 to 1998 but more than a decade after both the show ended and the tragically early passing of the great Dermot Morgan, it still holds a vice like grip on the Irish psyche.
STAND-UP comedy in Ireland has become more and more popular in recent years and going to a comedy club show is an essential part of any social calendar.
THE ORGANISERS of the fourth Annual Galway Comedy Festival, which runs from October 21 to 25, have pulled out all the stops to keep ticket prices affordable for Galway audiences this year.
The Crane Bar, Sea Road, will host a night of music, song, and dance on Thursday October 15 at 9.30pm to raise funds for Concern’s work in Cambodia.
In 1966 Galway were fortunate to get out of Connacht by beating Mayo. To an extent they were also lucky in a hard fought semi-final against Cork. They eventually won what was regarded as the best game of football seen in years, by a score of 1-11 to 1-9. And so they were into their fourth All-Ireland final in a row and going for three wins in a row and the question was, would this team reverse the three losses in a row that Galway suffered at the hands of Kerry 1940, Kerry 1941, and Dublin in 1942? Meath still stood between them and Sam.
GALWAY CAN treat itself to a double helping of laughs over the next week as the Róisín Dubh stages two comedy shows in Comedy Comedy and The Laughter Lounge.