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TERRY ALDERTON, the astonishingly original British comedian with seemingly multiple personalities, and an off-beat brain that, unleashed, lets loose comedy gold every time, returns to the Róisín Dubh on Friday August 7 at 8.30pm.
AL PORTER, the Dublin comedian declared "Ireland's ascendant king of camp" by the Irish Independent, returns to the Galway to play the Róisín Dubh this Sunday at 8.30pm as part of the Galway International Arts Festival.
THERE WILL be plenty to laugh about at the Galway Fringe Festival with a comedy line-up that includes Galway favourites Bob Hennigan and Connor McDonough-Flynn, and the Best of Irish Comedy Awards.
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.
JOHN C REILLY, the American movie star and comedian, known for his brilliant character acting in Boogie Nights, The Hours, Chicago, and Walk Hard: the Dewey Cox Story, can also list singer and songwriter to his list of talents.
STEWART LEE will bring his new show, A Room With A Stew to the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway in October, while Northern Irish comedian Patrick Kielty will also stage his show during the festival.
THE GINGERBEARD FAMILY, the Galway musical and comedy collective, featuring Stephen Sharpe and others, take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh on Friday July 10 at 9pm.
"Man plans, God laughs" is an old Yiddish proverb, the equivalent of "the best laid plans can come undone", but who undoes them? Does the fault lie with the person making the plans or does God, fate, or some predetermined outcome decide that sometimes, things just will not go your way.
DENMARK IS not a country associated in the public mind with stand-up comedy, but one women is set to turn that notion completely on its head when she takes to the stage of the Róisín Dubh next week.
THE MOST unlikely place to meet Lucifer is in an Irish pub. Old Nick could be expected to show up at the crossroads, on a night of torment and temptation, or in the pits of Hell itself, but not down your local! Then again, alcohol is sometimes called 'the demon drink' - so maybe he is always lurking at the bottom of the pint glass.