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FIVE WORLD class comedians, in two studios with multi-camera setups, in two different cities in two different countries, and a live virtual audience? It can only be the Online KARLnival.
ON FRIDAY April 2, Karl Spain’s Comedy KARLnival is coming live from two venues, in two cities, in two different countries, and all on one livestream.
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.
The Student Law Society of NUI Galway will mark the society’s 100th anniversary with a series of virtual events featuring some of the most respected legal minds in Ireland.
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.
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.
LAUGHTER AND craic in the (socially distanced) company of other people awaits on Tuesday, December 15, when Joe Rooney of Father Ted and Kilnascully fame, performs at Massimo.
INEPT HOSPITAL radio DJ Ivan Brackenbury, and Sean Finnerty, who Jimmy Fallon has called "one of the funniest comedians to come out of Ireland”, will play the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.
Culture Night, Ireland's annual night of free arts, entertainments, and cultural events, to encourage the public to embrace, enjoy, and develop more interest in music, theatre, literature, dance, and the visual arts, returns tomorrow, Friday September 18.
TANYALEE DAVIS, “the little lady with the big voice” (Chortle.co.uk), and Totally Wired, "Ireland’s oldest and least successful boy band", bring the laughter to the Róisín Dubh next week.