The laughs keep coming at Róisín Dubh’s Thursday night comedy club with Irish comics Patrick McDonnell and Padraig Williams set to take to the stage at the famous venue for this week’s show, hosted by Adam Burke.
The first 25 tickets are just €8 from roisindubh.net, and those who are too late will pay €10.
It will be €10 at the door on the night, but pre-booking is advised as shows are frequently sold out.
Best known for his role as Eoin McLove on Father Ted, Pat has also delighted Irish viewers on Moone Boy, Stew, Naked Camera and the Savage Eye.
More than that, Pat is one of Ireland’s most accomplished and respected comedians.
He’s been touring comedy clubs at home and abroad for years earning international acclaim for ripping rooms apart wherever he goes.
A favourite at Róisín Dubh, Patrick’s vacant stare and guileless manner will have you laughing before he opens his mouth.
“…an impressive and persuasively tub-thumping performance” – Chortle
With support from Padraig Williams
Padraig has been working hard on the Dublin comedy scene so someday people will say “Oh yeah I think I’ve heard of him.”
“A true storyteller, Williams paints a completely relatable picture. Brilliantly satirical in parts and deep, biting and sarcastic in others. Williams has no problem working the room” – **** Bunbury Magazine
Hosted by Adam Burke
Fresh from his solo show at Galway Comedy Festival in October, Adam returns to Galway having been at the heart of the comedy scene in Ireland for over 15 years.
He is the mastermind behind the Bray Comedy Festival, he regularly hosts the massively successful Bingo Loco and is the man behind the Hardy Har Comedy Club at Bray’s Harbour Bar for 14 years.