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EDWIN SAMMON is best known for his role as Fr Gabriel in the award winning Bridget and Eamon, now in its fourth season, and as the co-presenter of RTÉ's Republic Of Telly.
THE EVER innovative Vodafone Comedy Carnival hit on a good one some years back with the Wild Atlantic Wahey - a comedy themed tour of Connemara, busing 100 fans to venues along the Wild Atlantic Way for pints and performances by top festival comedians.
EDWIN SAMMON, best known for his role as Fr Gabriel in the award winning sitcom Bridget and Eamon, and as co-presenter on Republic Of Telly, will headline the next Comedy KARLnival.
IF COMEDY was a religion, Róisín Dubh would be Mecca, the Vatican, or Jerusalem. OK, maybe it is more like Knock, but one thing for sure, it is arguably the home of comedy in the west of Ireland.
A SENSATIONAL live performer, marathon runner, and former Time Out Comedian of the Year, Paul Tonkinson has long upheld his esteemed reputation as one of Britain's finest stand-ups.
AFTER JUST two days of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival, all signs point to this year’s being the largest festival of fun to date. Sales are set to surpass 2017's record numbers with queues out the door for most shows so far.
WHILE THE 1930s style Spiegeltent in Eyre Square is the central hub of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival, and a festival institution, it will be joined this year by a newer, smaller, more intimate sibling – The Yurt.
SARAH O'GORMAN'S entry into comedy came via a mixture of geography, circumstance, and finding herself standing next to Phill Jupitus. Today she is auditor of the NUIG Comedy Society, and is about to make her second appearance at the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.
BETWEEN HIS stand-up sets and his TV roles as Fr Gabriel in Bridget and Eamon, and co-presenter on Republic Of Telly, Edwin Sammon has emerged as one of the most popular comedians in the country.
With less than two weeks to go to the biggest comedy festival this town has ever seen, there are tickets available for so many great shows that it’s hard to know where to start.