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RTE’s Comedy Showhouse: HaHa Land

Comedy Showhouse is a special festival of radio comedy featuring a range of shows and talent LIVE at The Project Arts Theatre in Dublin’s Temple Bar from Monday May 29th to Saturday June 3rd.

For full details look at comedy-showhouse-line-up/

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE ….

THURSDAY June 1st 6pm  (€5) – HaHa LAND!

Special 6pm show featuring a comedy & music mash-up as we explore the great relationship between melody, mirth and mayhem.

HaHa Land is hosted by satirist Paddy Cullivan (Late Late Show band / Camembert Quartet)  with a star trio who feature music in their live shows – welcome Fred Cooke (Tommy Tiernan TV Show), Tara Flynn (actress, vlogger and Ex Nuala) & Paul Woodful (AKA Ding Dong Denny O’Reilly).

From Monty Python to Peter Sellers; Foil Arms & Hog to Dermot Morgan; Mel Brooks to Billy Connolly; Tom Lehr to Victoria Wood: Dead Cat Bounce to The Nualas – our distinguished panel of melody makers talk about their favorite acts, writers and performers. Warning – there will live banter AND songs.

Tickets only €5 & few seats still vailable. Get tickets here.

If you also book the 8pm Don’t Quote Me! show with Sean Hughes, Andrew Maxwell, Colin Murphy, Fiona Looney, Jarlath Regan and more you’ll get nearly 3 hours of live comedy for €15.

Comedy Showhouse: HaHa Land

 

Listen back to Paddy Cullivan’s show from last year.

In this entertaining journey through Irish TV and radio satire Paddy is joined by writer / actress TARA FLYNN, blogger / writer JOHN MOYNES, comedian JOHN COLLEARY (Pictorial Weekly) & finally the legendary SEAN HARDIE – ex BBC producer/director / writer TV (Not The 9 O’Clock News, Spitting Image, Bremner Bird and Fortune).  Tune in and enjoy a whirlwind mix of banter, debate and anecdotes – with timely clips of classic satire packed into a hugely entertaining half hour.

 

 

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