October 2015

Hello everybody,

I Had a great time down at Trinity for a few of their Fresher’s Week gigs.  You wouldn’t believe how young a ‘fresher’ is these days.

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Upcoming gigs!

  • 5 October, Comedy Crunch, Stag’s Head, Dublin
  • 6 October, Headline set, Comedy Crunch, Stag’s Head, Dublin
  • 7 October, MC, Laugh Out Loud, Anseo, Dublin
  • 13 October, Empire Comedy Club, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • 21 October, MC, Laugh Out Loud, Anseo, Dublin
  • 28 October, MC, Laugh Out Loud, Anseo, Dublin
  • 1 November, UnHinged Comedy, Ha’Penny Bridge Inn, Dublin
  • 8 November, Comedy Crunch, Stag’s Head, Dublin
  • 23 November, Headline set, Comedy Crunch, Stag’s Head, Dublin
  • 25 November, Laugh Out Loud, Anseo, Dublin

August 2015

Well, I was lucky enough to get to perform at some unbelievable festivals this summer – Longitude and the Vodafone Comedy Festival.  Lots of love and appreciation to Danny Dowling, Colm O’Regan, and Barry Murphy who put me on their shows.

I was also lucky enough to get to participate in the Nighthawks event at the Another Love Story festival, reading an excerpt from Stephen Kennedy’s brilliant play “John Lennon’s Last Day“.  This play was recently optioned by BBC Radio, which is only what a talent like Stephen deserves.  He’s the dude behind the wonderful Nighthawks At The Cobalt series and the Dublin Beatles Festival, and this city is lucky to have a guy like him.

September looks like a lot of fun – I’ve got a spell at the Laughter Lounge, which is always a treat, and I’ve been invited to perform at the Trinity College Law Society Debate, which is a thing that I am greatly looking forward to, because I do not completely understand what it is.

Upcoming dates:

  • 31 August: Al Porter’s Comedy Shed, The Woolshed Bar, Parnell Street, Dublin.
  • 9 September: LOL @ Anseo (headline set), Anseo, Camden Street, Dublin
  • 10 September, Laughter Lounge, Eden Quay, Dublin
  • 11 September, Laughter Lounge, Eden Quay, Dublin
  • 12 September, Laughter Lounge, Eden Quay, Dublin
  • 16 September, Anseo, MC
  • 21 September, Trinity Comedy Society Fresher’s Gig, Chaplin’s Bar, Dublin
  • 22 September, Trinity College Law Society Comedy Debate, Dublin
  • 6 October, Comedy Crunch, Stag’s Head, Dublin
  • 13 October, Empire Comedy Club, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • 8 November, Comedy Crunch, Stag’s Head, Dublin
  • 23 November, Headline set, Comedy Crunch, Stag’s Head, Dublin

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People to follow on Twitter: Me (duh), the Laughter Lounge, the Comedy Crunch

July 2015

A couple of cracking gigs in Donegal and Waterford last month; back in Dublin this month for festival gigs!  I’m playing on the Sunday of the Longitude Festival.  If you get to play a festival on the last day, be sure to bring toilet paper.  Even if you don’t use it you can barter it for booze.

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4 June 2015

Well, I’ve apparently exhausted the gigs in Dublin, because I’ll be doing some decent road trips in the next few weeks – first 240 km north to Donegal, and then 170km south to Waterford.  That’s about as far as you can go in Ireland while still being in Ireland.  I’m also doing a slot in Belfast, which will be my first ever gig in Northern Ireland.  I only need a gig in Wales to complete the set.

Upcoming Gigs


Ronan and I are continuing to crank out the NBA Podcasts over at The Trash Brothers (click here to follow us on Twitter!).  Also, I edited the clip referenced below (where I try to figure out which Twin Peaks character matches with which NBA player) and added visuals to put it up on YouTube.  It’s not just Grantland that rocks the esoteric pop culture references!


Does anyone remember Twin Peaks?

Well, I’m watching Twin Peaks.  I’m halfway through Season 2 and I can’t stop thinking about it.  So much so that in the latest episode of my NBA Playoffs Podcast, I pick which players are which characters from Twin Peaks.  (Spoiler: LeBron James and JR Smith are Ben Horne and Jerry Horne.  Ben’s the town big shot, rich, powerful, pulling puppet strings all over town, but his plans might not work out as he hopes; Jerry is his emotionally unhinged brother. (Also: Jerry Horne is played by the same actor as the famously lied-to Sully from Commando!  How do you not love this stuff?))  Follow @TheTrashBros on Twitter for basketball-related hijinks:



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Basketball Podcast!

Hi all,

Good news!  I have a podcast with Ronan Grace!  It’s about professional basketball!  Check out the page,  Follow us on Twitter or like our Facebook page to stay current!

Me, I’m off to London this weekend, for the Old Comedian of the Year competition.  I look forward to being one of the young guys in the room again.

Upcoming Gigs:

April 14 2015: Upcoming Gigs

Great weekend of gigs in the Laughter Lounge last weekend – thanks very much to the audience, especially to those friendly folk who reached out on Twitter after the show.

Upcoming Gigs:

*-and as long as you’re following people on Twitter, click here to follow me on twitter!


(Note: No, I don’t work for twitter.  I just think it’s a good way to stay on top of where people will be.  I know nobody visits websites anymore, and I think we can all agree that Facebook invitations get roundly ignored these days.)

March 25 2015

Here’s something you should see: some lost footage of the classic movie Taffin. Brought to you by Diarmuid, James, and Donnecha.  I play a crooked coffee shop owner who gets what is coming to him.


(Don’t know Taffin?  Shame on you – it only has the single greatest line reading Pierce Brosnan ever did, and some fight scenes that clearly won him the Bond role.)

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*-and as long as you’re following people on Twitter, click to follow me on twitter!


March 2015

Brrrrrr.  Lousy Smarch weather.

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January 2014:

I hope we all had a good Christmas and New Year’s!  If you were paying close attention to Irish Twitter, you may have seen me in Episode 3 of Diarmuid O’Brien‘s excellent Paddy Angryman web series. You may have even heard my voice in the last three seconds of this Coors Light commercial.

Gig-wise, I had a blast hosting the Boards.ie Comedy Carnival, and a Vine I made taking the piss out of the Late Late Toy Show got linked in DailyEdge’s Most Wonderful Moments Toy Show wrap-up.  That’s about all I can remember of December through the whiskey-scented holiday fog.  Every year the holiday season is a battle between my id and my liver, and this year the competition was closer than most years.

Onwards to 2015!

If you’re on Twitter, you should follow me.  I promise I never tweet anything political.  The worse the news gets, the sillier my tweets get: