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I Am The Band, Pat Shortt’s new one-man comedy show, charts the life of everyone’s favourite lounge muso, Dixie Walsh.
It has been six years since comedian Pat Shortt first introduced us to the character of showband singer Dixie Walsh with the song ‘Jumbo Breakfast Roll’. The song took the Irish charts by storm, staying at Number One for six weeks and went on to be the best-selling Irish single of 2006. It also instantly established Dixie Walsh as one of Shortt’s best-loved creations from his wide array of comic characters.
HOW CAN stand-up comedy be performed by a man with tape stuck across his mouth rendering him incapable to speech?
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.
Q: My son is 23, he has a good degree, but he has never had a proper job. He has applied for a few things, but I think he is not doing enough really. He just seems to sit around all day playing games and watching television. I have stopped trying to cajole him because we just end up arguing. What can I do? (NS, email)
Well-known baritone, Derek Ryan, will join the choir foe this year’s Samaritan Concert.
The search is on to find a young actor aged between 11 and 13 to play the lead role alongside Chris O’Dowd (Bridesmaids/The IT Crowd) in a new project.
The red carpet was well and truly rolled out and trodden at the Eye Cinema recently for the Irish premiere of The Guard with stars such as Brendan Gleeson, Pat Shortt, Liam Cunningham, and Danny O’Donoghue from The Script having a ball and chatting the night away during the glitzy after-show party in The g Hotel.
THE GUARD, the major new Irish crime-comedy film, starring Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle, will receive its premiere screening as part of the Galway Film Fleadh on Wednesday July 6 at 7pm in The Eye cinema.
D’UNBELIEVABLES - Pat Shortt and Jon Kenny - have added an extra date for their One Hell Of A Do show in Leisureland next month.