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Free Sunday?


A FREE comedy festival at the Comedy Crunch, 1 Dame Court, Dublin 2, kicking off at midday.

Colm McGlinchey writes:

“The Comedy Crunch and Franciscan Well love Irish comedy and want to share some of our favourite comedians with you. Some you’ll have heard of and some you won’t – but all are brilliant.

We’re inviting everybody to come and see them on Sunday, April 8th at our first-ever #CrunchFest: an all-day comedy festival that’s FREE to enjoy.

Comedians performing on the day include Colm O’Regan, Edwin Sammon, John Collary, Damian Clark and Broadsheet favourite  Emma Doran (top).

Crunchfest (Facebook)


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At Chaplin’s Comedy Club, Dublin.

Comic Emma writes:

The age-old question – are women funny?


Previously: Are You A Ma?

Expecting Laughs

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Colette Browne, of the Irish Independent, and blogger Paddy Manning with Vincent Browne on TV3’s Tonight With Vincent Browne on Tuesday night, top, and Senator Marie-Louise O’Donnell and Michael Clifford, of the Irish Examiner, with Vincent last night, above.

During the new ‘stand-up’ papers section.

What say ye?


An autotuned homage to the late comic greats Bill Hicks and George Carlin by John D. ‘Melodysheep’ Boswell using footage from their stand up routines.

One of many Remixes For The Soul.



The Almost Unbearably Difficult Life of a Comedian starring Simon Mulholland, James Marsh, Christiane O’ Mahoney, Kieran Lawless and Barry Mack.

Give them their own show, etc.

Thanks Rugms



A reminder that, 17 years ago, we lost us a reader.

Here’s the Tennessee Waffle House bit.

Bill Hicks’s 50th birthday – five classic clips: video (Digital Spy)