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Will Brendan O’Carroll Kill Mrs Brown ?

Brendan O’Carroll has found a way to keep Mrs Brown exactly as he likes her.  The most popular show on British TV is written and performed by award winning  Irish comedian Brendan O’Carroll and his family troupe of actors.  Mrs Browns boys first appeared on our screens in 2011 and …

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JIMMY CARR ADDS TWO LATE NIGHT SHOWS AT THE OLYMPIA THEATRE

Jimmy Carr announces two extra late night shows as part of his acclaimed ‘Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour’ at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin on Friday 07 & Saturday 08 September. “A comedy hero for our times’”
The Guardian “Jimmy Carr is a world-class comedian”
The Independent Doors open 9pm for late night shows & tickets …

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The Potato Song

John Porter McMeans animates Cheryl Wheeler and the Spudding Taternacle Choir singing an homage to the venerable vegetable. Cheryl introduces this as the most ridiculous song she has ever written. It is extremely funny. She was walking through the woods with James, her border collie, when the chorus of the …

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Kevin McGahern In Whelans and Cat Laughs!

KEVIN McGAHERN THE BOXTY MONOLOGUES LIVE AT WHELANS MAY 30th & KILKENNY CAT LAUGHS FESTIVAL JUNE 2ND & 3RD Stand-up of hilarious disinformation from Ireland’s second best self-deprecating comedian. Kevin speaks about getting married, elderly SJW’s, DeValera’s mass card to Hitler and how to survive the upcoming apocalypse. Known as the …

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Tommy Tiernan Has Just Announced Irish Dates

Tommy Tiernan A Work in Progress Show Come along and see Tommy working hard on getting his new show together in a host of intimate venue’s across the country.  It promises to be jam packed with unmannerly notions, chaotic flights of fancy and joyful talking. Get up close and personal with …

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The day helmets became compulsory in the GAA…

You could play hurling (Gaelic sport) in Ireland until very recently without having to wear a helmet. Some were left with devastating injuries as a result. When the country’s top player turned up to promote a car dealership and couldn’t remember his line, not lines, the GAA knew something had …

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