Jimmy Carr announces extra Dublin date

The extra show will take place on Saturday December 5, 2020 after his show the previous evening sold out.


WATCH: If you've ever been in a car with small children, you will relate

Whether you're the mother, the older sibling, the younger sibling, or perhaps you just happened to be stuck between the three, wishing for it to be over.


Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness announces Dublin stand-up gig

Jonathan Van Ness has announced his 2019 UK and Ireland stand-up tour debut.


Comedian Chris Kent taking his electrician past on stage

IN A previous life, the comedian Chris Kent used to work as an electrician. He says on stage that whenever he used to see a fire engine whistling past on his home patch, Cork city, he’d bless himself — in case his wiring work might have caused the fire.


Des Bishop was in fine form on his return to Cork

Des Bishop may be living in New York at the moment, but when he comes to Cork he’s very much playing to a home audience.


Interesting body of work coming to Cork

Fat Blokes is one of a number of corporeal shows at Quarter Block Party in Cork, writes Marjorie Brennan.


Bernard O'Shea on hitting the road with old pal Karl Spain

The ‘Bum Bum Belly’ dance may be in the past, but Bernard O’Shea is hitting the road again for a stand-up show with his old pal Karl Spain, writes Richard Fitzpatrick.


Kathy Griffin reveals her mother is suffering from dementia

The comedian said it is painful because her mother is so quick-witted.


Ben Elton announces first UK stand-up gigs in more than a decade

The 53-date tour will see the comedian perform across the UK.


Irish New York-based comedians ready for one hell of a homecoming

Colum Tyrrell and Sean Finnerty bring their unique perspective on life in the US to an Irish audience as they prepare for their four-stop tour.