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PATRICK MCDONNELL, best known for his role as Eoin McLove on Father Ted and for his role in The Savage Eye, is the special guest at the third heat of Show Me The Funny.
HE IS based in Britain, but he is regarded as Ireland’s adopted Australian for his many appearances on Irish TV over the years. He is Damian Clark and he plays the Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.
The Dean Crowe Theatre stage is the venue in which to be as the atmospheric auditorium hosts three enticing productions of note
'Culchie Warriors', set to perform on the Dean Crowe Theatre Stage on Saturday, November 2, brings two of the most memorable characters from Father Ted together for a night of hilarious comedy to the Dean Crowe Theatre, with a chance to compete in a 'Lovely Girls' competition.
'Culchie Warriors', to perform on the Tuard Ard stage in Moate, on Friday, May 24, at 8pm, brings two of the most memorable characters from Father Ted together for a night of hilarious comedy plus a chance to compete in a 'Lovely Girls' competition.
PAT MCDONNELL will always be best known for his Daniel O'Donnell spoofing Eoin McLove character on Father Ted, but it should never be forgotten what an accomplished and respected stand-up comedian he is.
GONE ARE the days when Fred Cooke was best known as Fergus from the Spar TV ads. These days, the guitar wielding Irish comedian has a CV that can justifiably proclaim 'rising star'.
WHILE HE will always be best known for his Daniel O'Donnell spoofing Eoin McLove character on Father Ted, it should never be forgotten that Pat McDonnell is also one of Ireland’s most accomplished and respected stand-up comedians.
AT ONE time, Fred Cooke was known as ‘Fergus’ from the Spar TV ads, but more recently he has become a popular stand-up, MC of The Tommy Tiernan Show, and a contributor to Republic of Telly, The Café, The Savage Eye, and The Modest Adventures of David O’Doherty.