6 Major Headliners announced for this year’s Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway

Big news just out from Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway HQ with the announcement of 6 major headliners for their October festival of fun…

Comedy superstar and Liverpudlian legend, John Bishop is returning to Galway to showcase some fresh material ahead of his brand new tour. This will sell out very quickly. Be ready next Friday 10am to get yours.
Vodafone Comedy Carlnical Galway 2019

Today FM ledgebags, Dermot & Dave just announced the Dermot & Dave Live tour and we are more than happy to confirm that yes, they will be in Galway this October. They’ve sold out every show they’ve ever played at this festival so get on your laptop now…

Ardal O’Hanlon workshopped The Showing Off Must Go On at the 2017 festival. The finished product is now ready for your delectation. This understated genius with a brilliant comic mind is simply unmissable.

Reginald D Hunter returns with his highly anticipated brand new show. After twenty years of gifted storytelling and effortless dark humour, Facing the Beast and Niggas showcases Reginald at his controversial and hilarious best.
Vodafone Comedy Carlnical Galway 2019

Rich Hall, possibly the grouchiest comedian on the planet is back. Rich was the original inspiration behind the character Moe from The Simpsons. The Perrier Award-winning Montana native is renowned for his expertly crafted tirades, quick fire banter with audiences and delightful musical sequences.

Online comedy sensation Enya Martin (Giz A Laugh) returns to Galway with her brand new stand-up show Would Ya Be Able? After over 60 million online views of her Dublin session moths and Irish mammies, this one is bound to sell quickly.

Tickets go on sale Thursday 23rd May 10am from: www.vodafonecomedycarnival.com and via OMG, Shop Street, Galway – 091 509960. Black Box and Town Hall tickets also from Town Hall Theatre Box Office – 091 569777 or www.tht.ie

The full festival programme will be revealed on Tues 13th August
Vodafone Comedy Carlnical Galway 2019