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The greatest family comedian of our generation has spent 43 years in the comedy business and most of this time at the very top of his profession.
Brendan Grace, one of the most successful and celebrated Irish comedians of his generation, is bringing his new show to Ireland, visiting Athlone, Ballinasloe, and Mullingar this coming January.
MORE THAN 40 years in the business, and Brendan Grace, one of Ireland's favourite comedians, is still going strong and he will kick off 2016 with two shows in Galway.
PROVOCATIVE, CONTROVERSIAL, insightful, challenging, and blisteringly funny, Reginald D Hunter is coming back to Galway next year with his new show, The Aluminum Negro.
NO MATTER where you go, or who you meet, everyone loves to laugh, and if you can make them laugh, and tell them about life in a way that strikes them and makes them go 'That's exactly how it is', you can connect with anybody. It's what Shappi Khorsandi's comedy aspires to and achieves.
THERE IS less than a week to go to opening night of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway, and with ticket sales surging 20 per cent ahead of last year, it is no wonder Dylan Moran, Nina Conti, Jason Manford, Ardal O'Hanlon, and Stewart Lee have sold out already.
GALLANT it was not. Neither was it dashing. Even less was it sophisticated, but in spite of all that, Tiffany Stevenson admits that Galway was where she was treated to "the best chat-up line I've ever heard".
A WOMAN only 3’ 6” tall, who calls herself, the Ferrari of comedy, "low to the ground and kinda racy"; a man known as the 'Whisky Comedian'; and The Two Johns, a duo of the extraordinary Terry Alderton and musician Johnny Spurling - Galway better get ready for them all.
The Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway is less than two weeks away and kicking off this jamboree of japes and jollity is Ireland’s own Patrick Kielty who brings his new show, Help, to the Róisín Dubh on Tuesday October 20 at 8pm.
WHEN AL Porter emerged on to the stage of the Spiegeltent, an opening act on the opening night of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway last October, he was little known. Fifteen minutes later, those present knew they would never forget him, and that a new star of Irish comedy had announced his arrival.