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WATCH: Bernard O’Shea LIVE

Now star of IFTA Award winning comedy Brigid & Eamon (RTE & UKTV) and RTE Two’s The Republic of Telly, the great Bernard O’Shea started in stand up. Here he is live at RTE Two’s THE LIFFEY LAUGH on stage in Vicar Street. For 100’s more stand up clips log …

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WATCH: Jimeoin LIVE

The brilliant Jimeoin – born in Derry & lives in Australia – is on stage in Dublin’s Vicar Street later tonight Friday 21st Oct. Get in there if you can. Here he is wowing Live at The Apollo in London couple of years ago.

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VIDEO – ‘Every Kinda People’ Live

Robert Palmer’s Every Kinda People came on the radio last night in Grintage Towers and we liked it.  And the way the world is at the moment the lyrics of this song couldn’t be so apt. For the interested … here’s the muso biog. Sad ending too …. The career of …

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WATCH: Funny Bob Dylan Tribute

Congrats Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan!! Watch how Irish comic Eddie Naessens took to the stage at RTE Two’s The Liffey Laugh & nailed brilliantly what makes Dylan so so so special!! For 100s of stand up clips and videos visit our You Tube page.

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WATCH: Tommy Tiernan’s Mass LIVE

At Montreal’s annual mega comedy fest JUST FOR LAUGHS Irish comedian Tommy Tiernan delivers world class stand up as he contrasts an Aussie and an African mass. Thanks to the guys at Just for Laughs fo the footage and you can catch Tommy live at the Galway’s Vodaphone Comedy Festival at the …

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Dermot Carmody Man of God

One of Ireland’s best comedy entertainers Dermot Carmody sings his classic original song Man of God live at Dublin’s Vicar Street. It covers every religion under the sun so all bets are covered.   Recorded for RTE Two’s The Liffey Laugh.

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WATCH: Does Simon Pegg speak English?

Simon Pegg and BBC’s Big Train sketch team perform ‘an English speaking tourist in France’. PS – Big Train was created and mostly written by Irish writers Graham Linehan (also director) and Arthur Matthews who went on to create Father Ted. The first series was voted “Best ‘Broken Comedy’ Show” at the …

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