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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.
When you have had your fill of Christmas food and drinks, there is nothing I look forward to more than sitting back on the couch and watching the Christmas Day movie.
Twenty-two-year-old DCU student Michael McHale, from Ballyvary, scooped the coveted Best Journalist award, sponsored by the Irish Examiner, at the 3 student media awards. It was judged by Tim Vaughen, the Examiner's editor.
As we say goodbye to the long evenings, Longford’s Backstage theatre has just the thing to keep us entertained with one of their strongest season line-ups to date.
How many of these do you know? Lee Sharpe, Alan Shortt, MacLean Burke, John McGuire, Sean Gallagher, Joe O'Shea, Jack Sheedy, Paul Martin, Rob Ross and Ben Clark. They're all described 'as well known personalities' by RTE and took part in a recent charity boxing tournament, Lord Of The Rings. They may be 'household names' somewhere, but definitely not in the Cleere household.
Following the phenomenal success of You Won’t Get Away With That Here, Pat Shortt returns to Athlone’s Dean Crowe Theatre on October 3 with his hilarious new live show The Hall. Set in the community hall of a small rural town, The Hall, which opened to rave reviews in Dublin, features an array of madcap characters brought to life in Pat Shortt’s inimitable style.
Not sure what happened to last week’s column, which disappeared into the great internet black hole. It meant that the hurlers had to take the field without my good luck wishes, but, as it turned out, they weren't needed anyway.
Pat Shortt has announced a second night at the Dean Crowe, Athlone for his hilarious new live show The Hall. He will now play Friday October 2 and Saturday October 3. Set in the community hall of a small rural town, The Hall features an array of madcap characters brought to life in Pat Shortt’s inimitable style.
It's all Duncan Stewart's fault. There I was flicking through the channels a few weeks ago when I ended up watching Duncan, complete with safety helmet, enthusing about the benefits of home insulation.
Jon Kenny, the internationally renowned comedian, will perform his new show in the Town Hall Theatre in Kiltimagh on Friday Night December 18 at 8pm, doors open at 7.30pm.