New clubs, old clubs

OK, so last month was amazing, obviously.  I passed the quarterfinals in a competition in England; I had a week’s worth of gigs at Rooster T Feathers in Sunnyvale, California, and had a lovely spot at the Comedy Cafe in London.  Felt like a rock star.  Which I’m not, but it’s nice to pretend.

So this month it’s a bit different.  I’m doing some acting (a very small bit) with the wonderful Beatles Show in the Odessa.  A fantastic show, especially if you’re into the Beatles.  Three one-act plays about the Beatles bracketed on both sides by a kick-ass band playing Beatles tunes; the band is joined by the incredibly talented Vyvienne Long at the end of the show.  Click here for tickets.

I’m working two of the newest comedy nights in Dublin this month, HaHa Black Sheep in the Black Sheep Bar on Capel St (FB link), as well as Taking Liberties in Arthur’s Pub on Thomas Street.

Also, I’m lucky enough to be working some of the best gigs in Dublin – the Comedy Crunch, Andrew Stanley’s panel show and podcast Talk Talk, and the classic International Comedy Club.

Finally, I’m through to the semi-finals of the New Act Of The Year competition run by the Laughing Horse Comedy Club.  Fingers crossed I make the final; follow the competition on Twitter @lhcomedy or with the hashtag #newactcomp.


  • 27 April: The Beatles Show
  • 27 April: International Comedy Club
  • 28 April: The Beatles Show
  • 28 April: Headlining at the Comedy Crunch
  • 1 May: Talk Talk @ the International
  • 3 May: Taking Liberties
  • 9 May: Laughing Horse New Act Of The Year Semi-Finals @ The Dogstar Pub in Brixton, London
  • 25 May: Comedy at The Bankers
  • 26 May: The Comedy Crunch
  • 30 May: HaHa Black Sheep