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THE GALWAY Comedy Festival is on and the city is set for a weekend of laughs with comics like David O’Doherty, Dead Cat Bounce, Andrew Maxwell, and Phill Jupitus.
Five brave performers will arrive with no script and not the faintest idea of what will happen. Willed on by a supportive crowd, through improvisation they create whole sketches and comic dramas that are amazingly inventive and sometimes take off into flights of surreal brilliance. The TV show of the same name, Whose Line Is it Anyway? Is a pale imitation when compared to this live show. The live show will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre on Saturday October 23 at 9pm.
IF YOU are ever asked ‘What have the English ever done for the world?’ you can resist the temptation to mention such vile things as imperialism and X-Factor, and reply instead: comedy.
Rich Hall, Jim Jeffries, Aprés Match, and David O’Doherty are just some of the comedians who will be performing at next month’s Galway Comedy Festival.
TOMORROW NIGHT will witness Round Three of the Gugai v Phill Jupitus DJ battle. Gugai is widely judged to have won the first two, but can Phill stop him getting a hat trick?
A FEAST of comedy gigs awaits Galway this month as The Laughter Lounge in the Róisín Dubh hosts shows by Keith Farnan, Jarlath Regan, and Whose Line Is It Anyway?
LORD BYRON once said “Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine.” He was echoed in this by Doris Lessing who declared “Laughter is by definition healthy.”
Teen comedians from Galway’s Backstage Academy of Performing Arts will travel to Scotland next month to perform at the Edinburgh Festival.
Six men take to the stage. They have no script, little - if anything - to rehearse, and no idea what they will do as they don’t really know what the audience is going to suggest - welcome to comedy improv.
THE COMEDY Club at Cuba* roars into life in the New Year when it presents a showcase of the cream of Irish talent on Friday January 2.