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FIVE PERFORMERS arrive on stage with no script and not the faintest idea of what will happen. This is improv comedy, and there are few better at improv than The Stephen Frost Allstars
IF LAUGHTER is the best medicine, then Galway is set for a serious LOL overdose, with Dara O Briain, Tommy Tiernan, John Richardson, Al Porter, and Reginald D Hunter, among the stand-up superstars set to perform at this year’s Vodafone Comedy Carnival.
IN THE 1980s and 1990s, Whose Line Is It Anyway? was the cream of Channel 4’s comedy output, which spawned a host of spin-offs and led to the hugely successful US series of the same name.
IN THE 1980s and 1990s, Whose Line Is It Anyway? was the cream of Channel 4’s comedy output. It was unmissable, and spawned a host of spin-offs including the hugely successful US series of the same name. If you have ever watched the show you will understand that when it goes right it is the funniest thing ever. When it goes wrong, it’s even better.
FOUR OF the best improv comedians in the business - the Stephen Frost Improv Allstars - make a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh for a Whose Line Is It Anyway? style show.
WHOSE LINE Is It Anyway?, featuring the talents of Stephen Frost, Andy Smart, Steve Steen, and Ireland’s Ian Coppinger, make a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh.
SEAN LOCK will be among the comedians joining Whose Line Is It Anyway? at the Róisín Dubh during its Galway Comedy Festival run.
THE WHOSE Line Is It Anyway? gang make a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh next Wednesday at 8.30pm.
8 OUT Of 10 Cats team captain Sean Lock will be the special guest joining the Whose Line Is It Anyway? team at their two Galway Arts Festival shows next month.
THE EVER popular Whose Line Is It Anyway? returns to the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday May 18 for another night of mayhem, mirth, and improv.