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A total of 25 artists from Mayo are among the Who’s Who of Irish and international artists taking part in this year’s Incognito 2021 online art sale in aid of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation.
A quick tour though some of the stories from this week.
Jason Byrne, the man The Times calls "the outright king of live comedy" will headline the next Róisín Dubh online Comedy KARLnival as the show which has kept us laughing through the lockdown, takes a bold step into the future, becoming an online comedy club and kind of TV show in one.
JASON BYRNE, the man The Times calls "the outright king of live comedy" will headline the next Róisín Dubh online Comedy KARLnival as the show which has kept us laughing through the lockdown, takes a bold step into the future, becoming an online comedy club and a kind of TV show in one.
Hurray! Tommy Tiernan has launched WhistleBlast Quartet’s 2021 Music Composition Programme, by joining group members, including Westport musician Mary Curran, in a fabulous fun-filled video ‘Let’s Laugh’! The project is helping to raise awareness of the great work of ISPCC Childline.
Popular Irish singer, Mary Coughlan has announced the release of a brand new single ‘Forward Bound’, due out tomorrow, Friday, February 5.
GREGARIOUS, COCKY, outspoken, back-slapping, pint raising, Bulldog spirited, and brimming with Jingoism, it can only be The Pub Landlord, and he will be serving the laughs in your front room.
ONE OF my most hotly anticipated releases this year is from Kilkenny based animation studio, Cartoon Saloon, which burst on the scene a decade ago with the Oscar nominated Secret Of Kells.
THE GREAT Karl Spain, and his glamorous assistant Fred Cooke, will host a night of laughs, quizzing, and plenty of prizes - including online vouchers that will help #SupportLocal businesses - in The Silly Virtual Quiz.
TOM O'MAHONY, described by the late, very grate Rik Mayall as "psychotically funny", and Jo Caulfield, “one of the finest female comics at work” according to The Observer, play the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.