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BRITISH COMEDIAN Stephen K Amos is one of the most popular performers on the circuit and he joins the legion of laughmeisters coming to Galway next week for the Vodafone Comedy Carnival.
YOU KNOW what it’s like. You are waiting for a hop-on hop-off city tour bus, then one comes along with Karl Spain cracking jokes on the mic. Do you get on? Will you learn anything about Galway?
WILD ATLANTIC Wahey is not a spelling error – but it could be a huge mistake! The people behind Vodafone Comedy Carnival went brainstorming recently and decided to bring comedy to Connemara.
IF LAUGHTER is the best medicine, then Galway is set for a serious LOL overdose, with Dara O Briain, Tommy Tiernan, John Richardson, Al Porter, and Reginald D Hunter, among the stand-up superstars set to perform at this year’s Vodafone Comedy Carnival.
Among the many top-notch comedians winging their way to Galway for next month’s Vodafone Comedy Carnival is Dave Johns, a seasoned veteran of the British and international circuit and, more recently, acclaimed star of Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake.
TOMMY TIERNAN has finally embraced the internet. Having spent years under the arc-lights of the stage Tommy has finally given in to pressure from the 21st century and joined the dark world of the web and opened his new YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/Tommedian - and social media hub, www.tommedian.com.
The full line-up for the Vodafone Comedy Carnival 2017 has been revealed.
WHEN AUSTRALIAN comedian Sam Simmons brings his award winning show, Not A People Person, to this month's Vodafone Comedy Carnival, it will be a double first debut for the Adelaide native.
The Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway kicks off on Tuesday the 25th of October and runs until Monday the 31st. Get to know the perfomers a little bit better with these:
“A MAN is least himself when he talks in his own person,” observed Oscar Wilde. “Give him a mask and he’ll tell you the truth.” While Wilde would undoubtedly have sniffed at their suspect sartorial style - cheap tracksuits, gaudy jewellery, balaclavas expertly fashioned from plastic shopping bags - it seems likely he would have otherwise heartily approved of comedy hip-hop duo The Rubberbandits.