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HE ONCE entitled one of his shows 41st Best Stand Up Ever after filling that ranking in a Channel 4 TV poll but Stewart Lee is undoubtedly one of the sharpest comedians in the business.
SPAGHETTI WESTERN was a term of abuse invented by American critics for the Wild West movies made by Italian directors in the 1960s, but the Italians were to have the last laugh.
THE LONDON Classic Theatre make a welcome visit to the Town Hall this month with its riveting production of Henrik Ibsen’s powerful play Ghosts in a translation by Frank McGuinness.
ANDREW MAXWELL, “without doubt the strongest comedian on the circuit right now,” according to The Daily Telegraph, is coming back to the Róisín Dubh.
Sadly we have become a figure of fun internationally. Irish jokes are once again popular because the Irish people have been turned into a joke by those we entrusted to represent us with dignity, honour and competence.
RADIO BIRDMAN might have sung about ‘More Fun’ but Markus Birdman can promise plenty of it when he comes to Galway next week.
THE ENDELLION String Quartet are so good that The Daily Telegraph has described them as being capable of “setting the audience ablaze”.
GALWAY YOUTH Theatre has consistently impressed at the Galway Arts Festival over the past number of years, so there should be plenty of interest in its two productions for this year - Polly Stenham’s Tusk Tusk and Mark Ravenhill’s Citizenship.
POLITICAL MOTHER, an extraordinary dance show which has wowed audiences in Britain and earned rave reviews from the critics will be performed in Galway in July.
“IF YOU want to guarantee putting a smile on your face, it’s hard to think of a better show to see,” so declared The Daily Telegraph about the English comedy sketch group Idiot of Ants, who make their Irish debut in Galway next week.