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Fr Ted star live in Dublin May 30th

Currently starring in John B Keane’s Chastitute in the Gaiety Theatre Dublin, comedy actor JOE ROONEY is key member of new comedy show HYPOTHETICAL live at The Project Arts Centre on Tuesday May 3oth The star of Pat Shortt’s TV series Killinascully and Father Ted Joe is joined by host Barry Murphy (Apres …

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Eleanor Tiernan Live in Dublin

London based Irish comedy writer and performer ELEANOR TIERNAN stars in Don’t Quote Me! Eleanor joins host SEAN HUGHES with Katherine Lynch, Dave Fanning, Fiona Looney & more on Saturday June 3rd in the final night of Comedy Showhouse at the Project Arts Centre in Dublin’s Temple Bar. Ireland’s only radio …

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PODCAST – The Funniest Man you never heard of!

Described in the UK Daily Telegraph as “the funniest man you’ve never heard of”, Henry Normal is an award winning comedian, TV producer, poet and writer. He set up the UK’s most successful comedy broadcast producer Baby Cow with actor Steve Coogan (both 2nd generation Irish born in and around Manchester) …

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Mr Bean – The Exam Cheat

With exams looming stay focused!  DO NOT do a Mr Bean! Classic TV sketch – Mr. Bean hasn’t prepared for his exam and tries to sneakily copy his neighbour’s answers. Starring Rowan Atkinson.

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Dating Videos – Ladies Seek Men

One of the most popular sketches in the Channel 4 female series SMACK THE PONY (1999-2003) was the ‘Dating Agency’.  Oh such innocent times. If you have a few minutes enjoy some great female characters (all played by the same trio?) talking to camera and all looking for luuuurve Credit …

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Vintage Comedy – SMACK THE PONY

Smack the Pony was a British all-female comedy sketch show that ran from 1999 until 2003 on Channel 4. The main performers on the show were new faces Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips who also wrote the series along with a large number of writers – the core of …

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‘Blasphemy’ investigation into Stephen Fry stops

Gardai have confirmed that they are no longer investigating STEPHEN FRY’s interview to legendary Irish broadcaster GAY BYRNE on RTE  in February 2015. Over two years later a man from Co. Clare made a complaint at a local police station that Fry’s interview was ‘blasphemous’. A senior Garda source revealed a …

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ANDREW MAXWELL JOINS COMEDY SHOWHOUSE

The King of Comedy (as named by Channel 4) is returning to Dublin to perform as a team captain on the comedy panel series DON’T QUOTE ME! on June 1st & 2nd Hosted by fellow London based comedian Sean Hughes (Perrier Award Winner, Buzzcocks), DQM – Ireland’s most popular comedy radio …

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STAND UP George Carlin – Religion is Bullshit!

 We are true blood comedy fans and happy that one of the most viewed videos from the Grintage archive is this classic clip from one our favorite comedians ever. Please welcome on the stage the one and only Mr. George Denis Patrick Carlin.  And you’ve guessed it from his middle names – the man was born into a …

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JONATHAN DEMME RIP

A tribute to the late film director JONATHAN DEMME best known for Silence of the Lambs  Winner of an Oscar for Best Director (Lambs 1992) Jonathan (pic right) started his career directing comedies incuding the award winning MELVIN & HOWARD. He also directed the best live music film ever STOP MAKING …

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