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Funny man Neil Delamere is to perform his new show Fresh Prince of Delamere at The Lodge at Ashford Castle tomorrow night (Saturday May 23).
NEIL DELAMERE’S annual New Year pilgrimage to Galway is always a welcome start to any January and 2015 finds him with a new show - The Fresh Prince of Delamere.
Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Andrew Maxwell, will return to Ireland touring his new show Banana Kingdom. With this blissfully funny show, Andrew will cover most of Ireland taking in 27 venues across the country, and will visit Galway on Saturday March 15 at the Róisín Dubh.
THE GREAT Tin Minchin has described fellow Aussie comic Benny Boot as “the real thing. Charming, disarming, and proper f**king funny”. Galway will see why soon.
Following the sell out success of his show on March 30, Neil Delamere has announced a second date in the Royal Theatre, with the national tour of his highly anticipated new show Restructuring. Equally hilarious on and off script, do not miss this five star comedy maestro as he performs in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Friday March 30 and Saturday March 31.
The Royal Theatre is really out to treat you this Christmas, hosting a magical array of Concerts, shows and New Year fun, beginning with The Coronas on St Stephen’s Night, supported by two fantastic up and coming rock bands, 21 Outs from Ballina, and The Kanyu Tree from Galway.
NEIL DELAMERE will perform his new stand-up show Restructuring in the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday January 19 at 8pm.
Following the sell-out success of his last show, Neil Delamere returns with the national tour of his highly anticipated new show, Restructuring, which comes to Suede Comedy Club this Sunday November 13.
NEIL DELAMERE IS, according to The Scotsman, “a banter bomb, primed to make you explode with laughter...Simply put, he is a master”.
ANDREW MAXWELL, “without doubt the strongest comedian on the circuit right now,” according to The Daily Telegraph, is coming back to the Róisín Dubh.