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Juicebox Comedy March Lineup

Andrew Stanley
Emmanuel Idama
Danny O'Hanlon
Kat O'Hanlon
Ruth O'Kelly Hunter
Aidan Shields

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Andrew Stanley
One of the top Irish comics performing on the worldwide circuit today, Andrew is resident MC in numerous clubs around Ireland, including the Laughter Lounge and the legendary Comedy Cellar in Dublin's International Bar. No stranger to international success Andrew's performed at the biggest comedy festivals in the world including Melbourne, Adelaide Fringe, Sydney, New Zealand and Edinburgh and has been invited to perform at the prestigious Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, as well as being a regular at Ireland's Cat Laughs and Vodafone Comedy festivals while also being one of the regular hosts of the Electric Picnic Comedy tent.

Andrew teamed up with Australian comic Damian Clark in a show entitled 'I Dare Ya' which was then turned into a highly successful TV show on RTE2 in 2007, still the highest rated debut comedy show on Irish TV. His TV credits also include performances on 'Liffey Laughs', and 'Just for Laughs' on RTE2 and on 'Young Gifted and Broke' and 'Take the Mic' on ITV. Andrew had also been a writer and contributor for a range of TV shows including; Channel 4's 'Top 100 TV Funny Moments', TV3's 'Top 20 Richest Celebrities', 'Top 20 Celebrity Diets', and 'Top 20 Xmas Toys', and RTE2's 'The Café' and 'TTV'.

 

Emman Idama
Emman Idama is one of Ireland's rising stars. After coming off a successful solo show in Whelan's, he has performed at The Vodafone Comedy Festival, The Laughter Lounge, Killkenny Cats Laugh, and many more. In 2014 & 2015 Emman Idama was seen on RTE 'The Year That Was In It', in 2016 he appeared on RTE's new show 'This Is Ireland' with Des Bishop and as a member of 'FACTS Youtube' channel.

 

Danny O'Hanlon
Danny O'Hanlon has been peddling his easy-going style of stand-up for five years now. He has supported the likes of John Colleary and Patrick McDonnell, performed in the Laughter Lounge and gotten to the final of the' Show me the Funny' comedy competition in Galway twice. That's two times more than none. He is very involved in podcasting and community radio, but still finds the time to write jokes and say them out loud - sometimes to other people. He thinks you'll like his stuff.

 

Katherine O'Hanlon
Born in the later part of twentieth century as Willimeria Merkley Persimmons Hershall. She changed her name for the stage, but always regretted it. Her career was non-existent and yet here you are reading about, so it must have been. Nevertheless, she was called "alive" and somewhat "person-like" by fans and critics alike. She is survived by her late-husband. Also farts.

 

Ruth O'Kelly Hunter
Writer and comedian Ruth O'Kelly Hunter finished as runner-Up in Edinburgh's premier comedy competition So You Think You're Funny!
Other runner-ups in that competition have been Alan Carr, Nina Conti, Sarah Millican, Russell Kane, Seann Walsh and Rob Beckett

 

Aidan Shields (M.C)
Comedian. Promoter. Dead Inside.