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Hit the road with Lee Mack

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LEE MACK, the British comedian and multi-award winning star of Not Going Out and Would I Lie To You? is set to make August the funniest month of the summer in Galway when he plays three shows in the city.

Foodie line-up announced for Westport Festival

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Some of Ireland’s top chefs be cooking up a storm at this year’s Westport Festival of Music and Food.

Three chances to see Reginald D

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REGINALD D HUNTER, a man in “the top rank of stand-up comedians working today,” according to The Times, plays three dates in Galway over the Easter Weekend.

World class comedian Reginald D Hunter brings his tour to Athlone!

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One of the most supremely talented comedians working today, Reginald D Hunter, has been embraced by Irish audiences over the past few years. He has headlined festivals across the country including The Electric Picnic, Vodafone Comedy Festival, The Cat Laughs, Galway Arts Festival, and Galway Comedy Festival. He is one of those rare talents who consistently delivers insightful, intelligent humour, while making it all look easy.

Galway Comedy Festival 4 Kids

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IF THE adults are having a comedy festival then why shouldn’t the children and the Galway Comedy Festival 4 Kids will host a number of great shows for children this weekend.

Mike Wilmot and ‘the way it comes out’

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HE HAS been described as “raucous, offensive and downright crude”, as well as being “very, very funny, producing belly cackles of genuine mirth” - both of which quotes come from the same review by The Scotsman.

All-ages gigs and Rubber Bandits for Cat Laughs 2011

The Cat Laughs Comedy festival is set to bring more laughs to the June bank holiday weekend. Home to world-class comedy, the festival announced its much-anticipated programme earlier in the week for 2011. Comedy fans can look forward to five days of non-stop fun and frolics with over 40 acts in 67 shows across 12 venues.

All-ages gigs and Rubber Bandits for Cat Laughs 2011

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The Cat Laughs Comedy festival is set to bring more laughs to the June bank holiday weekend. Home to world-class comedy, the festival announced its much-anticipated programme earlier in the week for 2011. Comedy fans can look forward to five days of non-stop fun and frolics with over 40 acts in 67 shows across 12 venues.

Rising comedy star Jack Whitehall to play Róisín Dubh

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HE IS only in his early twenties but English comedian Jack Whitehall has already made a remarkable impact upon the comedy world.

Reginald D Hunter - on that midnight train to Georgia

REGINALD D Hunter was born in the Southern state of Georgia in the late 1960s but in the early 1990s he travelled to Britain to train as an actor at RADA. However after winning a £10 bet to do a comedy gig he decided to re-focus his artistic energies on stand-up.

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