A triple bill of Irish comedians, featuring...
Barry Murphy: Whether as one-third of Après Match, as his German alter ego Günther, or as his surreal and wonderful self, Barry is "one of the high kings of Irish comedy" Hot Press and is simply not to be missed. His sheer originality and overwhelming talent guarantee that there is no other performer like him.
Jarlath Regan: Jarlath wanted to be a comedian his entire life. It's a good thing he got fired from his last office job or he never would have realised it. Five years, three sell-out Edinburgh Fringe shows and two best selling books later and his audiences couldn't be happier he's on stage and not behind a desk. The critics have called his brand of on the money observational humour a form of "comedy genius" The Irish Times.
Paul Tylak: Fresh from playing Mick McCarthy on the CD of the smash-hit comedy opera I Keano, Paul Tylak is generally acknowledged as one of Irelands foremost character comedians. Paul started off doing sketches on RTE's seminal late night satire Nighthawks, before landing a small role in Name of The Father, and appearing twice in the smash-hit comedy classic Father Ted. As a core member of the Dublin Comedy Improv, Paul has toured extensively on the international comedy festival circuit, performing with cast members of The Simpsons, The Drew Carey Show, Dharma and Gregg, Saturday Night Live, and Who's line is it Anyway?