Search Results for 'Killinaskully'

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The craic is back - Comedy at the Galway Summer Garden

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JOE ROONEY, a legend of Irish comedy, best known for roles in Father Ted and Killinaskully, and Tom O'Mahony, who has appeared on Damo & Ivor and Bridget & Eamon, will deliver comedy in Salthill tomorrow night.

Johnny Cronin & The Aftermath return from the rockier road!

Johnny Cronin & The Aftermath return from ‘The Rockier Road to Poland’ with a new line-up, live dates, and festival appearances over the next few months to promote their new single ‘In Loneliness Lives Love’.

See the Irish Kings of Comedy

BARRY MURPHY, Kevin McAleer, and Joe Rooney, the Irish Kings of Comedy, are coming to the Róisín Dubh next Wednesday at 8.30pm.

Pat Shortt is back for some more laughs

Following on from his sell-out tour last March in Castlebar Pat Shortt is back at The Royal Theatre on Saturday, November 20. Pat Shortt has been a household name in Irish comedy since his days with D’Unbelievables up to his last one-man sell-out show Pat Shortt Live. Since then he has gone on to star in the hugely successful Man about Dog, directed by Paddy Breanacht, and to play a part in Damien O’Donnell’s Inside I’m Dancing.

Killinascully man for The Comedy Club

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Joe Rooney, who plays the gormless Timmy Higgins in RTÉ 1’s hit comedy Killinascully, headlines The Comedy Club at Cuba* on Friday.

Crimlin bands launch CD

The bands in the Crimlin Community Arts music collective will launch their first CD Abroad in Crimlin on Saturday December 13 at 8.30pm in the Castlebar Celtic Clubhouse. The CD will be launched by TV and radio personality Paraic Breathnach, founding member of Macnas, a community arts advocate more popularly known for his role as Jacksie in Killinaskully.

Joe Rooney for the Laughter Lounge

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JOE ROONEY, who recently appeared in the Town Hall Theatre at Whose Line Is It Anyway? sporting a dapper moustache any 19th century gentlemen would have been proud of, is returning to Galway.

Local poet launches new collection this evening

PÅRAIC BREATHNACH presenter of The Eleventh Hour on RTE Radio 1, and ‘Jacksie’ in Killinaskully, is to launch a new collection of poetry by renowned Mayo poet Colette Nic Aodha. Scéal ón Oirthear or Story from the West is the name of the new collection which will be launched this evening at the Club Áras Gael, 45 Dominick St, at 8pm.


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