Juicebox Comedy July Lineup
This month we are showcasing some of Ireland's finest
performers who are putting the final touches on their
shows for the Edinburgh Fringe festival - the largest
arts festival in the world.
Line-Up is as follows...
Steve Bennett (Irish Comedian of the Year)
A show about finding the funny in failure. Join
Steve Bennett, Irish Comedian of the Year 2016, and
giggle about all the parts of life that don't quite
work. From technology to religion to politics, the world
is fecked and we need to get a laugh out of it before
everything blows up. Upbeat musical comedy from an experienced,
award-winning MC and storyteller. He's funny, Irish,
hairy and charming, in that order.
Steve has toured this show in Australia and UK already
where he had received plaudits.
"engaging, buckets of confidence and inventiveness
...audience loved every minute"
- Chortle -
Grace (RTE's Republic of Telly, Comedy Bites)
Ronan Grace is a Comedian who takes craic VERY seriously.
He is a supreme joke writer and engaging performer.
Audiences all over UK and Ireland have been lapping
up his curmudgeonly style which seems to effortlessly
meander towards razor-sharp punchlines. With his unique
take on universal themes this connoisseur of words both
entertains and delights with his wit and hilarity.
"Has the ability to create jokes within jokes
- Jokeception!" Krank.ie
"Definitely ,One to Watch" Irish Independent
"Razor-Sharp " Hot Press Magazine
"A funny f#####r" - Dave McSavage
"F##king Hilarious " Tom Stade
Writer and comedian Ruth O'Kelly Hunter, one of Ireland's
finest alternative comedians, finished as runner-up
in Edinburgh's premier comedy competition So You Think
You're Funny! Fellow runner-ups in that competition
have been Alan Carr, Nina Conti, Sarah Millican, Russell
Kane, Seann Walsh and Rob Beckett.
Original and zany, Ruth will be delivering select bits
from her show 'Ruth and Conor are Fine with This'.
"Oisín Hanlon is a Laois-born stand-up comedian
that has brought his oddball off-of-centre style all
over Ireland including the Swell Festival and Townlands
Festival. He mixes his unique viewpoint with a bizarre
energy to deliver a very entertaining performance every
Irish Comedian of the Year semi finalist
Despite being a finalist in Show Me The Funny comedy
competitions in 2015 & 2016, headlining the Comedy
Caravan stage at Electric Picnic last year, having a
sell-out show at Edinburgh Fringe Festival where he
regularly performs and appearing on stage in Las Vegas
alongside Preston Lacy from MTV's Jackass, Aidan is
absolutely no closer to realising his dreams of one
day appearing on Mrs Brown's Boys.
We have FREE tickets to giveaway for this show and
for Vodafone Comedy Festival as well as FREE drink.
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