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Neil Delamere

Neil Delamere

No TV camera could accurately measure the lightning speed of Delamere's wit.

The Irish Times
Sean Hughes

Sean Hughes

One of the best stand-ups of his generation.

The Daily Telegraph
Zoe Lyons

Zoe Lyons

Confident and razor-sharp

The Observer
Barry Murphy

Barry Murphy

Edgy strokes of genius.

The Irish Times
Bernard O’Shea

Bernard O’Shea

The depth of his comic talent is obvious.

The Sunday Times
Eleanor Tiernan

Eleanor Tiernan

The fastest-rising comedy talent in the country

The Irish Times
Chris Kent

Chris Kent

Carefree, comedic bullseye.

Dubliner Magazine
Colin Murphy

Colin Murphy

...endlessly, genuinely, extremely funny.

The Scotsman
Colum McDonnell

Colum McDonnell

A born story teller, he really lights up the stage.

Forth FM Scotland
Deirdre O’Kane

Deirdre O’Kane

O’Kane dazzles the audience from start to finish.

The List
Dermot & Dave

Dermot & Dave

Lyrical ninjas

Joe.ie
Foil, Arms and Hog

FOIL, ARMS
AND HOG

Masterful on stage.

The Irish Times
Alison Spittle

Alison Spittle

Spectacular in a beautifully surreal way.

The Irish Independent
Fred Cooke

Fred Cooke

High octane, manic brand of surreal genius.

The Munster Express
Gearóid Farrelly

Gearóid Farrelly

Sharp and ruthless.

ThreeWeeks
Heidi O'Loughlin

Heidi O'Loughlin

One of New Zealand's brightest young comedy writers.

Fest
Jason Byrne

Jason Byrne

The outright king of live comedy

The Times
Andrea Farrell

Andrea Farrell

Winningly dry.

The Telegraph
Karl Spain

Karl Spain

Achingly funny.

The Sunday Times
Kevin McAleer

Kevin McAleer

Probably the best piece of stand-up I have ever seen.

Stewart Lee
Steven Boyce

Steven Boyce

A charmingly hilarious shambles.

Theatre Review
Joanne McNally

Joanne McNally

Republic of Telly's new host is one to watch

Irish Independent
Tom O'Mahony

Tom O'Mahony

Brilliantly bad ass...

entertainment.ie
Trygve Wakenshaw

Trygve Wakenshaw

Reminiscent of the young Jim Carrey.

The Independent