Irish comedian Julie Jay has quickly established herself as one of the best new acts on the Irish circuit. In 3 short years doing stand up, she has supported some of Ireland’s top acts, including Neil Delamere, Ardal O’Hanlon and the legend himself Tommy Tiernan.
Comedian Paul Smith is resident MC of the Hot Water Comedy Club in Liverpool and is quickly becoming one of the best comedians working in the UK.
Thinking about going on a swing in a nightclub? Think it’s all just a bit of fun?
If you’re not a licensed swinger or in an area where there is strict supervision on the swing you wish to use, you might die.
Please help raise awareness about the dangers facing adults who want to jump on swings in nightclubs. Together we can stop the carnage.
You probably know this is in relation to a certain TD, who is suing a hotel in Dublin for €60,000 for falling off a swing. Maria Bailey and her legal team claimed she wasn’t able to run for months afterwards, that there was no one supervising and that she’s been physically f*cked ever since.
Just leave this here from the front of The Independent so:
Neil Delamere joined me on Sunday Night Live to talk about whether or not he’ll be able to work in the north after Brexit, about some of his latest TV projects and his latest stand up comedy show.
Delamere has been one of Ireland’s most well known and hardworking comedians, working on shows like The Panel and the Blame Game for the BBC.
The crazy Irishman that is Frank Cronin has decided to walk a staggering 500 miles from San Fran to LA.
As if the challenge wasn’t tough enough, he’s making himself sleep outside every single night. He’ll be attempting to gig along the way and is trying to raise money to help the homelessness crisis there.
I’m doing a weekly check in with him to make sure he doesn’t die and to see exactly how tough of a challenge it’s going to be. Sunday nights, around 10:30pm on FM104 you can hear how he is getting on.
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