As Karl is off on tour, the Róisín Dubh are delighted to have special guest MC Abigoliah Schamaun with us this Tuesday. a product of her New York stand up roots; frank, funny, and unapologetic.
Abigoliah first showed her face in the UK comedy scene when she became a finalist in the Funny Women Comedy Awards 2010 and has grown an Edinburgh Fringe following coming back yearly ever since. She moved to London in 2014 and has become a regular on the circuit. She was named “One to Watch” at Leicester Comedy Festival 2017 and The List named her “Top 5 Up and Coming Female Comedians”
As the only yoga instructor/comedian in comedy Abigoliah presents her always hilarious comedy with an open heart chakra. Bringing her audience into her world with the warmth and excitement like a friend who you haven’t seen in a while.
Despite making a later in life arrival to comedy than most, Paul Marsh has made up for his late start by making a massive impact on the Irish comedy scene. Paul wasted no time and rapidly racked up winners trophies in some of Ireland’s premier new comedy competitions, winning both the Tedfest Toilet Duck Award 2015 and the Capital Comedy Club Competition in Dublin.
Paul followed up his truly impressive start by going to support some of the biggest name in Irish comedy including Karl Spain, PJ Gallagher and Neil Delamere. He has now been performing regularly at all the Irish comedy clubs for over 6 years as well as being a Kilkenny Cats Laughs and Vodafone Comedy Carnival regular. Paul is now one of the most in demand acts in Ireland and increasingly in the UK.
‘The future of Irish comedy is in safe hands’ – Comedy Ireland
‘A rising star of the Irish comedy scene’ – The Laughter Lounge
‘Fantastic set! Great delivery and charisma on stage’ – The Stand, Newcastle
Stepping in for Cormac Moore who is being rescheduled is the tragic, dark and hilarious, Eddie Mullarkey who has been delighting audiences all over Ireland with his wild stories and puppydog eyes. Most recently Eddie performed his solo show ‘Fits’ at Scene and Heard Fringe Festival in Dublin. In 2018 he came runner up in the national competition ‘Show Me The Funny’ and has performed at all the major festivals: All Together Now and The Folly.
In the last few years Sean Murphy aka “Smurphy” has been entertaining crowds in Ireland and Europe. Watched by over a million people on ‘Facts’ Youtube page, he is also a host of ‘The Thirsty Thursday Show’ podcast. His natural style, enthusiasm, confidence and clever delivery make it so he draws every audience member in, just to kick them back with a huge laugh. His storytelling, quick wit and stage presence always make for an exciting show.
Tickets €6 in advance from Róisín Dubh // click here
OMG at Zhivago Galway (on Shop Street)
€8 at the door.
Doors 8pm / Showtime is 8:30pm.
Admission includes a FREE Jager + FREE entry to the world-famous Silent Disco at Róisín Dubh after the show!