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Republic Of Telly man @ Róisín Dubh

THE REPUBLIC Of Telly’s Bernard O’Shea will perform stand-up at the Róisín Dubh next Wednesday at 8.30pm.

The Mighty Boosh’s Rich Fulcher for comedy festival

THE MIGHTY Boosh’s Rich Fulcher, who played the hapless Bob Fossil in the iconic comedy series, is coming to Galway to perform at the Galway Comedy Festival.

Six days of laughter with the Galway Comedy Festival

Tommy Tiernan, Ardal O’Hanlon, Pat Shortt, Des Bishop, Reginald D Hunter, and Rich Hall are coming to Galway this October Bank Holiday Weekend for the Bulmer’s Pear Galway Comedy Festival.

Gerry Mallon’s Laughter Loft

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LUNCHTIME LAUGHS are the order of the day at Gerry Mallon’s Laughter Loft in the Ruby Room in The King’s Head throughout the Galway Arts Festival.

New comedy night - Stand Up For The Month

A NEW, regular comedy night is coming to Galway - Stand Up For The Month - a monthly night which will be hosted by Jarlath Regan.

The return of Gerry Mallon’s Laughter Loft

LUNCHTIME LAUGHS and the chance to see some of the very best Irish comedians up close and personal are the order of the day when Gerry Mallon’s Laughter Loft returns next month.

A roll call of great comics coming to The Laughter Lounge

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LORD BYRON once said “Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine.” He was echoed in this by Doris Lessing who declared “Laughter is by definition healthy.”

Re-live Father Ted at the Laughter Lounge

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.

Ardal O’Hanlon - seeing the world through a comedy lens

THE RECESSION is biting hard. Many have lost their jobs or have been forced to take pay cuts. The Government, for so long in denial about the economic downturn, is threatening savage cutbacks in the upcoming Budget, and industrial unrest looks certain.

Laughter aplenty at the Galway Arts Festival

THE RISE of Irish comedy both nationally and internationally over the last 25 years has been truly inspirational. Galway has played an important part in the ascendancy of many Irish comedians by providing them with a platform to develop their craft. The city has also given many of them their first experience of a festival.


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