Best of Irish

Best of Irish

The Laughter Lounge Dublin
The Laughter Lounge, Dublin
The Laughter Lounge Dublin 23/06/2018 19:00
23/06/2018 19:00

Event Information

Age Information

This is an over 18's event. You may be required to show ID (driver's licence, Garda / PSNI ID or passport only). Right of admission is reserved.

Ticket Information

Unreserved Seating: €26.00 incl. booking fee

Reserved Seating: €31.00 incl. booking fee (Please note: Reserved seating held till 8.15PM only)

 

Doors 7pm | Show Starts at 8:30pm

Free Glass of Wine or Bottle of Beer before 7:30pm

Show Ends at 11pm. Late bar and music to follow.

(Reserved seating will be released at 8.15PM)

 

Best of Irish

There’s no doubt us Irish are the funniest in the biz. This week we’ve lined up our favourite funny onions and popped them into one incredible ‘Best of Irish’ show. Taking to the stage this weekend, we have Fred Cooke, Kevin McGahern and Stephen Mullan! Fred is one of the most extraordinary comedians on the scene at the moment having featured on RTE’s ‘Republic of Telly’ and ‘The Savage Eye’. Kevin is one comedian we always have requests for and we’ve listened. He too hosted RTE’s Republic of Telly and was Simcard on the hit tv show ‘The Hardy Bucks’. Best of Irish - It does exactly what it says on the tin!

 

About us:

The Laughter Lounge opened its doors in Dublin in December 1997 and quickly established itself as Ireland's premier comedy venue. Over the years 4,000 comedians have performed in 3,000 live shows to an audience of over 1 million. Over the past 20 years we have been delighted to showcase the very best in Irish and International comedians including Jo Brand, Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey, Rich Hall, Jimmy Carr, Des Bishop, Stewart Lee, Russell Kane, Paul Merton, Tony Slattery, Dara O'Brian, Jimeoin, Rufus Hound, Ed Byrne, Mark Thomas, Adam Hills, Michael McIntyre, Kevin Bridges, Neil Delamare, Whose Line is it Anyway?, Boom Chicago, Tommy Tiernan, Jason Byrne, Tim Vine, Sean Lock, Justin Lee-Collins, Andrew Maxwell, Maeve Higgins, PJ Gallagher, Karl Spain, Ardal O'Hanlon, Russell Peters, John Bishop, Danny Bhoy, Sarah Millican, Tom Rhodes, Andy Parsons, Paul Sinha, Carl Barron, Mike Wilmot, Todd Barry, Dom Irrera, Brendan Burns, Rich Hall, Kevin McAleer, Richard Ayoade, Stewart Francis, Owen O'Neill, and John Oliver ............ to name a few!!