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DAVE ELLIOTT has been declared as "fantastic" by no less a comic than John Bishop, but these days the Northern Irish funnyman is feeling battle hardened after more than a year of fatherhood.
SHANE TODD, described by the Belfast Telegraph as "a modern-day king of comedy”, and a true gem of the Northern Irish comedy scene, headlines the Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh on Tuesday.
DAVE ELLIOTT has been declared as "fantastic" by no less a comic than John Bishop, but these days the Northern Irish funnyman is feeling battle hardened after one year of fatherhood.
DAVE ELLIOT has been called “one of the stand out acts on the Northern Irish comedy scene” by the Belfast Telegraph, while John Bishop described him as "fantastic!”. Galway will see why next week.
Memories of a blessed childhood in Connemara and a family steeped in west of Ireland prompted Amelia Joyce to publish her first book at the age of 80. A mix of guidebook and personal journey, at the heart of My Connemara Journeys is Amelia’s undying passion for Connemara.
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.
ACTIVIST, JOURNALIST, author, social justice campaigner, and briefly a Stormont MLA, Eamonn McCann has long been an outspoken and independent voice in Irish politics and society.
THREE TOP Northern Irish comedians - Micky Bartlett, Shane Todd, and Colin Geddis - will take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow night for a first rate taste of Ulster comedy.
NOVELIST EMMA Heatherington launches her new book, The Legacy of Lucy Harte, a bittersweet story dealing with organ donation, at two events in County Galway this weekend.
EDITH PIAF was born 100 years ago this year in the Belleville neighbourhood of Paris, and although she died more than half a century ago, her songs and her remarkable voice will never perish.