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FATHER JOHN Misty, the alter-ego of singer-songwriter and Fleet Foxes drummer J Tillman, will play Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh on Thursday October 22.
A short movie featuring celebrities enjoying Clifden’s Abbeyglen Castle Hotel has gone viral after being shown on the famous screens in New York’s Times Square. Ryan Tubridy, Brendan Grace, Mary Kennedy, Sharon Shannon, Tony Tormey and the late Tony Fenton star in I’m a Celebrity Get Me In There promoting the historic Connemara Manor House Hotel to New Yorkers.
BOX OFFICE smashes from Russia, Germany, France, Italy, Finland, Denmark, and Sweden will be screened in a feast of continental cinema at the Town Hall Theatre from January 30 to February 31.
MARTIN SCORSESE, Woody Allen, Stanley Kubrick, and Alfred Hitchcock are among the greatest of all film directors.
The original Hanna and her sisters were not the characters created by Woody Allen for his classic 1986 film, but the Sheehy Skeffingtons, who were prominent figures in Irish history.
On Saturday May 29 John Donnellan and Danny Dowling will showcase a night of new jokes, spoofs, and sketches at the Comedy Comedy gig in the Róisín Dubh. Headlining will be Michael Mee who has been described by Time Out New York as ‘Woody Allen with a Cork brogue’. The Irish Times described his performance as simply ‘hilarious’.
GHOST TOWN initially looks like an awkward proposition. Ricky Gervais stars alongside Greg Kinnear in what looks suspiciously like a romantic comedy.
Pete Jonas (pictured), one of Australia’s top comedians, headlines the Comedy Club at Cuba* tomorrow night. Comedy bible website Chortle described him as “a sleek professional act whose pace, emphasis, and rhythm of his delivery is spot-on. A rock-solid act guaranteed to entertain”. Support is from Ross Brown and Jimmy Hayes. Gerry Mallon is the MC. Tickets are available in advance at Bar 903, The Cellar Bar, and at the door which opens at 8.30pm.
The gushing garden fountain, giant ‘triffid’-like plants, towers, and parapets are all dead giveaways. This is no ordinary entrance; this is no formulaic hotel.
STAND-UP comedy in Ireland has become more and more popular in recent years and going to a comedy club show is an essential part of any social calendar.