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Michael McIntyre Adds Third 3Arena Date!

Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour 2018 3Arena Friday 08 June & Saturday 09 June Plus extra show Thursday 07 June added due to demand Tickets on sale this Wednesday at 9am “The man is quite simply top-to-toe hilarious” ★★★★★ The Telegraph Britain’s biggest comedian Michael McIntyre has just added a third date at Dublin’s 3Arena due …

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Flying this Easter? Watch your luggage!

When Rhod Gilbert flew to Dublin in 2007 to make his Irish debut on RTE Two’s The Liffey Laugh live at Vicar Street this actually happened.  2 years later he recalls his hilarious ‘lost luggage’ story live on Michael McIntyre’s Roadshow in London. We love the story – and also feel Rhod is …

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Keith Farnan talks British Women & Irish Men

Keith Farnan performing on BBC1’s Michael Mcintyre Comedy Roadshow discussing how British women have an interest in Irishmen, Being attracted to the accent and charming people right before alcohol reaches our blood stream and of course all the Irish charm goes  completely out the window! Credit – M H

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WATCH: Michael McIntyre on How People Spell Names

UK superstar comedian Michael McIntyre is the master at talking about the small things in life and sharing it with audiences with a hugely successful and popular comedy twist.  Hear how Michaels latest ‘gripe’ is directed at names that can be spelt multiple ways. Feeling its such a odd unnecessary waste of your life, …

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TV News: New Alan Carr series for Ch4

Alan Carr is opening his own social club in a new four-part entertainment series for Channel 4 – and that’s a long way from working in Tesco! The Chatty Man star is to front Alan Carr’s Happy Hour (w/t), which is being made by Hungry Bear Media, the indie established by …

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It must be a dream when a young Irish comic is invited to perform on the Michael McIntyre Roadshow in Dublin and then a few years later their 6 minute plus set is viewed by close to 500,000 people.  Well that’s what happened to Cork born comedian Keith Farnan. His brilliant take on what it …

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