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Comedy Showhouse: 3 Nights of Don’t Quote Me

Ireland’s No.1 Comedy Panel Show returns for 3 nights and welcomes new names Katherine Lynch, Andrew Maxwell, Dave Fanning and Owen Roe. DQM explores some of the funniest and oddest ‘quotes’ written or spoken by the biggest names across showbiz, history, celebrity, politics and pop culture. Al Porter explains how …

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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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Kilkenny Cat Laughs Line-Up Announced

The Kilkenny Cat Laughs Comedy Festival runs from June 1st to 5th. The Kilkenny Cat Laughs Comedy Festival is back, bigger and better than ever, with more acts than you can shake a tickling stick at! Check out the full programme of comedy stand-up, music, podcasts and theatre, which takes place …

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Festival News: Jest Fest Line-Up

Jest Fest is running in Wexford Town from the 27th of April to the 30th.   If you are interested in watching some live comedy this is what Jest Fest has in store for you. Ease yourself into it with the Wexford Comedy Club on the Thursday night for only …

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WATCH – A Date with a Dating Agency

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner non-voluntary singletons might be feeling that bit more desperate to find ‘the one’. Limerick comedian Karl Spain (and star of Radio 1’s Don’t Quote Me!) knows how that feels and shares his experience dealing with dating agencies. Filmed at Vicar Street in Dublin …

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BINGE WATCH -Top 5 Grintage videos of 2015 …

grintageireland.com launched quietly  in November 2015 and thanks for the support. We are still keen to source and partner with online comedy producers and performers to raise awareness amongst our increasing global audience and TV broadcasters – home and away – how good original Irish comedy actually is. And has …

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