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Show Me The Funny - final heat

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THE LAST two places in the final of Show Me The Funny will be up for grabs in the fifth heat of the popular comedy competition takes place at The King's Head on Mon February 17.

The 2 Johnnies - a spring break to Galway

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THE 2 JOHNNIES, the Tipperary comedy podcasting, musical, and live show phenomenon, are coming back to Galway in April as part of their Spring Break Easter Tour.

Father Ted star for Show Me The Funny

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PATRICK MCDONNELL, best known for his role as Eoin McLove on Father Ted and for his role in The Savage Eye, is the special guest at the third heat of Show Me The Funny.

Little Hours - debut album, Galway gig

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LITTLE HOURS, the stage name of Killybegs multi-instrumentalist and songwriter John Doherty, will release his debut album on the same day he plays a headline show at the Róisín Dubh.

Little Hours - new EP, Monroe's Live show

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FOLLOWING THEIR recent appearance on the Electric Picnic main stage at the start of this month, October will see rising Donegal duo Little Hours release a new EP, Too Much Patience, and play Monroe's Live.

Show Me The Funny - Heat 4

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THE NEXT heat of the Show Me The Funny competition takes place in The King's Head this coming Monday, and the organisers are expecting it to be "one of the toughest yet".

Show Me The Funny returns for 2017

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SHOW ME The Funny, Ireland's biggest competition for up and coming comedians, returns to The King's Head for 2017 with the first of five heats taking place on Monday January 16 at 8pm.

New Year’s Eve at the Róisín Dubh

THE VERY cream of Galway and Irish rock, indie, singer-songwriter, and electro talent will ring out 2016 and welcoming in 2017 from the stage of the Róisín Dubh for the venue’s marathon New Year’s Eve bash.

Chic drummer to give Galway workshop

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RALPH ROLLE, the drummer with Nile Rodgers' Chic, and the man who has drummed for Sting, Paul Simon, Aretha Franklin, Slash, Elvis Costello, and Smokey Robinson, will give a drum clinic in Galway.

Show Me The Funny grand final

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MORE THAN 100 people applied, 65 comics made it into the heats, and now it is down to the final 14, as the Show Me The Funny grand final takes place in The King's Head on Monday February 22.

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