Gulp.

Niamh O’Brien writes:

Vodafone Ireland and Aiken Promotions today announce the unmissable line up of acts that are set to take centre stage at the Vodafone Comedy Festival 2018.

This year’s Festival is shaping up to be the most exciting yet, with over 120 acclaimed performers from Ireland and across the globe confirmed to bring laughter and craic to Dublin’s beautiful Iveagh Gardens.

The festival will take place across five fully seated venues over four fun-packed days from 26th – 29th July and tickets will go on sale this Friday, 15th June at 9am.

Vodafone Comedy festival

17 thoughts on “Comedy Central

  1. Baz

    stand up comics now known as virtue signalling anti Trump hysterically disturbed boring big mouths.

    so predictable.

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  2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    Lolly Adefope was excellent in Damned, which they’ve STUPIDLY cancelled. I listened to Adam Buxton interviewing her recently. She wasn’t particularly hilarious but she was terribly nice.

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    1. Bertie Blenkinsop

      Adam Buxton’s recent podcast with eleanor friedberger was a very uncomfortable listen, I thought.

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      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        Yup. I didn’t know who she was when listening to it and it didn’t pique my interest one bit. They just weren’t a good fit, were they?
        The one with Tim Key was really funny, though.
        Give a little smile and a thumbs up
        Nice little pat when me bum’s up

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        1. Bertie Blenkinsop

          Agreed, Tim Key and Bob Mortimer were great.
          Bob is a lot softer and shy than I imagined….

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          1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Aye, and I haven’t had a ginge tinge to my tresses in years. Also, I’m not as ladylike as Mildred. GERRUP DE YAAAARD!!

            I forgot to add that I really enjoyed Charlie Brooker though I didn’t get a lot of the game and video refs.

          2. Bertie Blenkinsop

            The best interview type podcast I’ve heard in the past few years was Armando Ianucci on Richard Herring’s RHLSTP, I recommend it.
            (ps Mildred could be a bald docker at this stage, I’m too far gone to turn back)

          3. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Ahhh!! I’ve loved Richard Herring for years. Big fan of This Morning with Richard not Judy. I haven’t listened to RHLSTP in ages but I’ll download it now.
            Ham hand all the way, btdubs.

  3. pat okelly

    Yes and it all takes place in the beautifil Iveagh Gardens a supposedly public park currently shut for Taste of Dublin and due to be shut again for all July and into August for concerts and a comedy festival -a absolute joke to shut a public park annually for 2 summer months every year

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