Extremely hot pop-up comedy.
Hot Press as “an as-yet undiscovered comedy gem in the centre of the city. An incredible mix of top contemporary comedians in a stripped back, intimate setting”.
Meltdown, 23-27 Stephens Street Lower, Dublin 2 from
Meltdown, Stephen St, Dublin 2 (Facebook Events)
By Rory Bradley.
Conor Hayes and Oliver Kelly
Previously: Rory Bradley on Broadsheet
‘Experts on the Eighth’
From Dublin-based Pondering Media.
Karen Healy writes:
The first of three sketches we will release over the coming weeks, sees the return of Bríde O’Bríde (Karen Healy) and another self-proclaimed expert (Blaise Reid) discussing their much deeper connection to “life” than those of the pro-choice community…
A new sketch from Dublin-based comedy channel, ThisContent.
Relatable, in fairness.
Conor McGregor Camp.
A bruising, comedy short from the
Half A Shillin’ sketch group.
Half A Shillin’
Self help in Irish with comedian
Cian McCarthy, from
Macalla Teo (Dublin-based production company), writes:
We’ve just launched a new webseries in Irish with comedian Martin Angolo. The series is called Arsa Angolo and has just been launched on
BLOC – TG4’s new social media page.
It’s the first time they’ve commissioned a scripted comedy series for the web.
In the series Martin gives life advice, such as – how to find love, become an internet sensation and how to make it as a busker.
Liquid Lunch: Bic Razors
A new comedy short from Fox & Blake about “having your quiet time at the pub interrupted”.
Featuring comedian Tom “The Bear” O’Mahony.
Fox & Blake
Owl Wans discuss the March for Choice
By comedy double act Alan and Alan, a.k.a. Triple A
With the 8th Committee once again in session, and the March4Choice last Saturday, here’s an animation about attitudes on the 8th amendment..
..It has talking animals, for the kids!
Triple A Comedy
Learn to say no.
With Emma Doran
Previously: Emma Doran on Broadsheet