PubEntertainment.ie will provide a top quality comedy show in your venue including:
MC – One of Ireland’s most reputable comperes to host the show
- HEADLINE Act – The Best Headline Act’s in the business
- 2 SUPPORT Acts – Award winning comedians who are at the top of the Irish comedy circuit
Show Duration: 2 Hours (approx)
Performing regularly at all top comedy clubs both in Ireland and The UK, including both The Laughter Lounge and The International comedy club, as well as this, he is an accomplished compere and is the resident host of The Comedy Crunch in Dublin, one of Ireland’s busiest comedy clubs.
He also runs and host’s several hugely successful monthly comedy clubs for Pubentertainment.ie in various venues in both Dublin and Kildare. Danny recently won the title of “Dublin’s Funniest Comedian” after winning the prestigious Stand Up For FM104 competition in May 2012 in association with The Laugher Lounge, Dublin. Definitely one of the top young Irish comedians on the circuit at the moment, Danny is not to be missed.
Tom the Bear O’Mahony
Tom “the Bear” O’ Mahony, a Dublin based (and possibly Ireland’s only ex cage-fighting) comedian. With his sniper-style observational-accuracy and the hilarious consequences that come from his insane life stories, Tom takes the audience on a unique comedic journey that truly brings the house down every time her performs. Playing every club in Ireland and many in the UK alongside acts like, Jo Caulfield, PJ Gallagher, David McSavage.
After a very successful Edinburgh Fringe festival in 2012 Tom is now one of the busiest comedians on the Irish circuit.
A regular star as the character “Tarquin” on RTE’s Republic of Telly in the Damo & Ivor series and finalist of the RTE New Comedy Awards.
As one of the participants of RTE Two’s Des Bishop’s Joy In The Hood, Eric’s first ever gig was filmed on his home turf of Ballymun in Dublin and broadcast to the entire nation.
Since then he regularly opens for some of the biggest names in Irish comedy including Tommy Tiernan, Des Bishop, Jason Byrne, PJ Gallagher, Andrew Maxwell, Colin Murphy and more.
Just recently he was voted Irish Standup of the Year for 2011 by the readers of Entertament.ie
The first and only Irish Winner of The Street Performance World Championships, Jack Wise is a Magician, ventriloquist and Ireland’s only Sword Swallower. We’re not sure how to describe his act … think Tommy Cooper and David Blaine in some sort of car crash and you’ve got the right idea!
His Molotov cocktail of comedy and Magic has made him a head-liner in comedy clubs across the country and the choice for for every corporate body imaginable. Its also seen him invited to perform on The Late Late Show and for two Irish Presidents!! Some of the highlights of his show include swallowing a real sword, use ventriloquism to turn a volunteer into a hilarious life size puppet and getting an audience member to smash up their own watch!!!!
Foil, Arms & Hog
Foil Arms and Hog are Ireland’s most exciting comedy trio. Despite regular appearances on RTE’s The Savage Eye, and a weekly radio show on 98fm, the group still have to write their own bio’s and blurbs, awkwardly in the third person. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi “That’s show business baby” ***** Entertainment.ie Fantastic and Increasingly Bizarre- (The Scotsman). Deliriously funny and at times unexpectedly dark – (The List)
Edinburgh Fringe Festival ’09 – ’12
Vodafone Comedy Festival ’10 -’13
Kilkenny Festival ’12. ’13
Patrick McDonnell has been standing up and making people laugh since 1996, when he appeared as a novice at the Kilkenny Cat Laughs Comedy Festival. He later went on to appear in the final of Channel 4’s So You Think You’re Funny? competition in Edinburgh.
He has also appeared in a number of short films, including Solomon I, Swag, Stephanie Knows Who, Mebollix and the feature film Separation Anxiety. His television appearances as a stand-up include The Empire Laughs Back for BBC N.I and RTE’s The Lounge.
Paul Tylak has, as a core member of the Dublin Comedy Improv, toured the international festival circuit, performing with cast members of The Simpsons, Saturday Night Live, and Who’s line is it Anyway?
Currently starring as Dr. Rashid in the hit comedy ROY on the BBC, Paul appeared twice in Father Ted, and wrote and starred in the sketch show STEW, scooping the IFTA (Irish Film and Television Award) and the Celtic Media Award, for Best Entertainment Programme.
By day, Paul is writes comedy for TV and radio. By night, he does standup all over Ireland and the UK. He sleeps in the afternoon.
Rory is one of rising stars of Irish Comedy, a regular at every top Comedy club in the country as well as a host of UK venues.
He has performed at the last 4 Edinburgh festivals. Rory style of observational comedy has made him a huge hit and made sure he has a bright future in the world of stand up comedy!
Tommy has performed comedy clubs all over Ireland, including in The Kilkenny Cat Laughs festival six years running, supported Des Bishop in Vicar St many, many times.
Plus writing for the award winning hidden camera show NAKED CAMERA.
“Tommy Nicholson is the king of underground comedy in Ireland” – Des Bishop.
“Totally Wired” are Irelands Oldest and least successful boy band! The musical duo are regular headliners at all top comedy clubs around the country and in the UK and have performed at numerous festivals(Electric Picnic,Forbidden Fruit, Vodafone Comedy Festival) around the country as well as making regular performances on RTE’S “Republic of Telly”
These guys are one of the most in demand act’s on the Irish comedy circuit!!
Although Willie White is a relative newcomer to Irish Comedy, that is not the impression he gives off on stage. It’s from his appearance on Des Bishop’s Joy In Da Hood that Willie is most recognisable.
Wille has since taken the comedy scene by storm with his material focusing on his experiences growing up in Ballymun. Willie currently hosts a regular comedy night at the Axis in Ballymun as well as being a regular Laughter Lounge Headliner he has also featured in numerous comedy events around the country, as his career goes from strength to strength.
Trevor is a So You Think You’re Funny Semi-Finalist and Magners Comedy Festival Best Act Finalist. His style varies from surreal one-liners to musical comedy and he has played at every major musical and comedy festival in Ireland with 2012 highlights including the Electric Picnic, The Forbidden Fruit and the Galway Comedy Festival. In 2013 Trevor will be taking part in the upcoming RTE Show “The RTE Comedy Awards”, and releasing his first comedy album on iTunes.
Trevor has performed 3 Edinburgh solo shows and has received reviews like:
Three Weeks: “Brilliantly funny, perfect.” -★★★★★
Culture: “Surreal hilarity” -★★★★★
Only one year on the Irish comedy scene, the irrepressible Tallaght resident Al Porter has had a busy year.
He was a finalist & Audience Choice Winner for the Craic Attack comedy competition, a semi-finalist in the UK wide So You Think You’re Funny? competition in Edinburgh (previous winners include Tommy Tiernan & Dylan Moran) He is a regular performer at all top Irish comedy clubs including The International and The Laughter Lounge. He recently featured on RTE’s New Comedy Awards. The future is bright for this young rising star!
“Imagine a perfect blend of Graham Norton and Eddie Izzard – that’s Al Porter!” – krank.ie
Having performed worldwide at the Montreal, Australian and Edinburgh Comedy Festivals and becoming a regular fixture on the Kilkenny Cat Laughs Calendar, Andrew Stanley is one of the top comics working the Worldwide Comedy Circuit today. Whether it’s performing as Resident MC in numerous clubs around Ireland, one of which is the legendary Comedy Cellar in Dublin, or as a quality act in his own right Andrew is always high energy and quick witted enough to keep audiences thoroughly entertained!
A regular performer on both the Irish comedy scene Ed Sammon was the winner of the “Tedfest” Comedy competition in 2011 and has had continued success ever since! He has performed at numerous festivals including Electric picnic and Forbidden Fruit. He is now an exciting up and comer on the comedy circuit having been a down and goer for a while. Edwin has played all of the major clubs in Dublin and around the country, becoming an audience favourite and friend to many beard-lovers. His slightly surreal and wacky semi-improvised high jinx’s have delighed and amused many a folk, he make you laugh long time, anyting you wa! This year he also featured on RTE’s New Comedy Awards.
Paul has been performing comedy for the last year and a half. In that time he has won one of Dublin’s biggest comedy competition ‘s “The Capital Comedy Club competition” and supported some of the biggest names in Irish Comedy. He is a regular at all top comedy clubs.
Cork comedian Alan Hurley has performed to international audiences Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. While in New Zealand he played at the NZ International Comedy Festival and won the NZ Comedy Guild Award for Best Newcomer. Recently returned to Ireland, he has been a finalist in the Show Me The Funny 2013 comedy competition and is appearing on RTE’s New Comedy Awards.
Began performing stand-up in his native Washington DC in 2005. He quickly landed a spot as a regular host in the now-defunct Northern Virginia comedy club called Wiseacres.
He relocated to Dublin in 2007, and now performs regularly alongside the EU’s top acts at Dublin’s Laughter Lounge, International Comedy Club, and Comedy Cellar. He was a Bulmer’s Comedy Competition finalist in 2008 and Amused Moose Laugh Off Finalist in 2011, and will be releasing his first album this year as part of the Irish Comedy All-Stars.