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'I try to accept the darkness and remind myself a new day is around the corner'
NORMALLY, A dungeon is not something you want to be trapped in. A dragon is not a creature you ever want to be face to face with, but in this time of Covid-19, they are just the kind of things you might want to escape to!
YOU HAVE heard of Dungeons & Dragons, but what about Dungeons & Naggins, the comedy fantasy role playing game with drinking - which has been developed by comedian Steve Bennett.
THE BRILLIANT Steve Bennett, one of Ireland's finest young comedians - he won the inaugural Irish Comedian of the Year Award remember - will host The Boozy Movie Bingo Brunch at Pálás cinema bar.
From the folks who brought you the fun and energetic show Comedy Bingo, Steven Sharpe and Steve Bennett bring you the ultimate night of fun, mischief and doubled over laughing at The Prince of Wales Hotel.
THE TWO Steves, the bearded wonders, one armed with a ukulele, the other with a guitar, both weapons of choice set to maximum fun and sheer craic - is there any better duo in Galway?
From the folks who brought you the fun and energetic show Comedy Bingo, Steven Sharpe and Steve Bennett bring you the ultimate night of fun, mischief and doubled over laughing at The Skeff Late Bar. Join them on Wednesday 5th or Thursday 6th of February for the ultimate, non-cringe single’s night out. They are encouraging people who are fed up of swiping on Tinder and want an excuse to get out there for a great night out, with the chance to meet someone you fancy.
THE YEAR has barely begin and already Donald Trump and Iran's activities are bringing World War III closer, Australia burns, climate change rolls on...we really need good reasons to laugh right now.
STEVE BENNETT, resplendent in wildman beard, and armed with his trusty ukulele, will headline the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh Comedy on Tuesday December 10.
Several new events have been added to the Mayo Street Food Festival fundraising food series in Castlebar, including a foraging walk and picnic on the Greenway with Connacht Chef of the Year Barry Ralph.