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THE VERY best names in Irish and international comedy - performing stand-up shows in the Róisín Dubh - will feature on your TV screens over the next few weeks.
Des Bishop is back on the road, with his latest intriguingly titled show, My Dad Was Nearly James Bond. Inspired by his father’s recent diagnosis of lung cancer, the show combines comedy and poignancy in this tale of a remarkable life tinged with regret.
Fresh from a sell out year at the Edinburgh festival Jason Byrne takes his fringe show Jason Byrne 2010 to all of his favourite Irish venues including Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday November 5. Jason Byrne is an exciting live stand up performer, as anyone who has seen him will testify.
AFTER SELL-out seasons in New York, London, and Paris and a sold-out seven week run at Ireland’s National Theatre and a run at the Olympia, Gúna Nua and Civic Theatre bring the smash-hit bittersweet comedy Little Gem to the Town Hall Theatre on Monday October 18 and Tuesday 19.
FOR MORE than two decades Irish actor and comedian Jimeoin has been a household name in Australia but on Thursday October 21 he returns to Ireland to play The Galway Comedy Festival.
MAEVE HIGGINS, one of the best and most popular comedians on the Irish circuit will play two shows at next month’s Galway Comedy Festival.
Athlone Literary Festival takes place this year from Friday to Sunday September 24 to 26, with a jampacked programme of events to include workshops and readings, to debates and art exhibitions.
The wonderful space of Kilkenny’s Parade will be used to build a tented village as part of this year’s Savour Kilkenny food festival which takes place on the October bank holiday weekend.
THE POETS Dave Lordan, Elaine Feeney, and Drucilla Wall will read at Sheridan’s Wine Bar, 14-16 Church Yard Street, on Friday July 9 at 8pm.
The time has come and the comedy cats are back in town.