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WATCH: Americans Watch Father Ted

Father Ted is a Channel 4 commissioned sitcom that was produced by British independent production company Hat Trick Productions. Created by Irish writers Arthur Mathews & Graham Linehan and directed by Declan Lowney, the series starred a predominantly Irish cast and originally aired over three series from 21 April 1995 until 1 May 1998, including …

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Are You Addicted To Tea?

Tea Addiction – Foil Arms and Hog Foil Arms and Hog: We’re an Irish sketch comedy group based out of Dublin Ireland. We upload a new video every Thursday and we also perform live shows or brand new material created just for stage. If you’d like to see us live …

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Watch: Kerry Girls – H Dip Teacher

The Kerry girls are mad about a H Dip teacher! Starring: Tadhg Hickey, Laura O’ Mahony & Dominic MacHale Producer: Claire O’ Connell Cinematographer, lighting & Editor: Brianoval Productions Make up/Costume Designer: Ciara Coleman Geaney Production Designer: Bethany Cosgrove CCCahoots Productions

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Hannah Hits Dublin

Australian comedian Hannah Gadsby is bringing her new show Douglas to the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin this November 17th. Tasmania’s own Hannah Gadsby has come to the world’s attention through her multi-award winning stand up show Nanette which played to sold-out houses across Australia, London, Edinburgh, New York and Los Angeles before …

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De Niro Comedy Ad

One of Ireland’s most well-known directors, Declan Lowney has just directed the legend that is Robert De Niro in a UK ad for Warburton’s bagels. The shoot took place in a secure studio in Wembley in London last December. See it here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdMpVZ42RLk Declan trained as a producer/director with Irish …

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Great Sitcoms

Why is ‘Fawlty Towers’ so good? In April 2019 Fawlty Towers was voted (ahead of Father Ted and Alan Partridge) as Britain’s Best Ever Sitcom. See the final list below. Launched in 1975 and with only 12 episodes in 2 Seasons this classic BBC sitcom is having a surging lease …

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