Review by Siofra Ni Shluaghadháin Deirdre (or Dee) O’Kane has become a household fixture for many people, thanks to her
With over 80 international and home grown acts to mark its 10th year in Iveagh Gardens. The festival takes place
In her first standalone film, Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) juggles an internship at Fashion Weekly magazine and a complicated relationship with boyfriend Ultron.
Rhys Darby, aka Murray from Flight of the Conchords, is sure to be a cult crowd pleaser this year.
Mixing new comic talents with more experienced acts on the circuit, Forbidden Fruit have a broad line up for 2014.
The Pavilion Theatre in Dun Laoghaire have announced some comedy nights to brighten up your spring. Check out their website
The spoken word section of a festival can often be overlooked when pre-festival hype is in full swing, but never with Electric Picnic.
The Vodafone Comedy Festival takes place in Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens from Thursday 25 – Sunday 28 July 2013.
The Sky Cat Laughs Festival kicks off tonight in Kilkenny. With comedy from a host of Irish and international comedians (and what looks like a bit of sunshine) the weekend is shaping up pretty well. If you’re heading down, you should download their official festival app, it’s free.
Organisers of the 2013 Sky Cat Laughs Comedy Festival announced additional elements for this year’s programme.