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“It is always difficult to explain the point of sport to those who do not like it. Non-aficionados will never be persuaded to take pleasure from ball skill or pace. But the level at which sport can be understood by anyone is as a story: as a narrative which must build to a decisive climax and in which character is revealed through actions.”
HE SIGNED Oasis and put out The Jesus and Mary Chain’s first single. He turned Primal Scream on to acid house, paving the way for Screamdelica; and his label, Creation, released some of the greatest British (and Irish) music of the 1980s and 1990s.
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 CHAOS unleashed by Brexit - political, parliamentary, legal, and constitutional — specifically the threat of No Deal is, understandably, not something Jayde Adams wants to get into today.
TOM STADE is "so cool he could well be the answer to global warming," according to The Scotsman, who also called him "gloriously funny”, as Galway will see when he plays the Róisín Dubh this weekend.
TO GET an idea of Pete Johansson's place in the comedy world, his first comedy special, You Might Also Enjoy…Pete Johansson, was recently released by Netflix simultaneously in 82 countries.
THE COMEDY KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh celebrates its first birthday next week, and plans to do so in style with a headline set from the exuberantly silly, and utterly surreal, prop comic Spencer Jones.
EDDI READER, one of the greatest singer-songwriters to ever emerge from Scotland, returns to Ireland for what will be her 11th consecutive tour of the country, and Galway is on her itinerary.
COLUM TYRRELL and Sean Finnerty, two of the most talked about and exciting Irish acts on the New York comedy scene, and hosts of an award winning podcast, bring their unique and energetic comedy stylings to the Róisín Dubh on Saturday December 22 at 8pm.
TOM STADE is “so cool he could well be the answer to global warming," according to The Scotsman, who also called this Canadian comedy legend "gloriously funny” - as Galway will see next year.