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WHAT IS pregnancy like for fathers? What can happen to them and what can they expect when they are not the ones giving birth? Irish comedian Bernard O'Shea just may have the answers.
HE IS Scotland's most acclaimed, and most prolific, contemporary singer-songwriter, a man who, the Mail On Sunday, said uses folk music "for its finest purpose: connecting the past to the present, and making both come alive in the moment of hearing".
SHE HAS won a British Comedy Award, stormed Live at the Apollo, Russell Howard’s Good News, Sunday Night at the Palladium, and made a BAFTA nominated film - all without moving her lips.
DYLAN MORAN, one of Ireland’s leading comedians, and the star of Black Books, Shaun of the Dead, and Calvary, brings his new stand up show Off The Hook, to the 2015 Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.
THE WORD ‘bespectacled’ is usually preceded or followed by the term ‘mild-mannered’, but there is nothing ‘mild-mannered’ about the bespectacled trio of wild women in sequinned mini-skirts that go by name The Nualas.
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.
HE IS the rapper and fiddle player on The Rolling Tax Revue’s ‘No Privatisation, Irish Water, Irish Nation!’ song which has gone viral on YouTube. He is also The Man From Mogaga who went Around The World On 80 Quid.
ANDREW STANLEY is a “comedy tsunami” according to The Scotsman, which also described him as having “astonishingly good observational material delivered and timed to perfection”.
SET LIST is the ultimate test of a comedian’s creative and improvisational skills. With no script to fall back on, it is truly comedy without a safety net.
THERE IS an episode of Family Guy where Peter Griffin is visiting the hospital and says excitedly “Will Scrubs be here?” One of the characters he may have in mind was Ted, played by Sam Lloyd.