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Stellar Line-up Announced for Tigh He-He Comedy Club in the Róisín Dubh this Thursday, March 16th.
Tigh He-He Comedy Club in the Róisín Dubh on Dominick Street is hosting an incredible line-up this Thursday, March 16th. The show will be headlined by Tom Bear O’Mahony, host of the Buckshot Podcast and The Tom & Gerry Show, and supported by up-and-coming comedian Neil “Keego” Keegan. The night will be hosted by Emman Idama.
Tom’s stand-up has seen him support big names like Nina Conti, Michael Winslow of Police Academy fame, Neil Delamare, and Tommy Tiernan on nationwide tours. Meanwhile, Neil started his comedy journey in February 2020 and has since performed in various venues, both online and in-person. Finally, Emman is a Nigerian-born Irish citizen who has performed in various festivals and TV shows like RTE’s Republic of Telly.
The show promises to be a hilarious one, and you can grab your tickets now for just €8 in advance from roisindubh.net. Procrastinators can still get tickets for €10 at the door. Doors open at 8 pm, and the show is for ages 18 and up. Keep in mind that line-ups are subject to change.
You can find more information on Róisín Dubh Comedy’s website or social media pages, as well as the Galway Comedy Festival’s pages. Don’t miss out on a night of laughter and fun!
Tom Bear O’Mahony
Tom hosts two hugely successful podcasts. The Buckshot Podcast and The Tom & Gerry Show. He is pure culchie turned up to 11. A regular on Irish TV, Tom starred alongside the legendary Rik Mayall in Season 1 of the award-winning TV series Damo & Ivor. He also featured in the hit RTÉ show Bridget and Eamon as your everyday oddball neighbour Paddy d’Pervert (it’s French!)
With support from Keego
Neil “Keego” Keegan began his comedy journey in February 2020, a pandemic quickly followed, some scientists say these two incidents are connected. Pre pandemic Keego was gigging all over Dublin and the surrounding counties, during the pandemic, he gigged from every room in his house via the magic of the internet.
Now that he is allowed back into the wild, Keego has performed on Culture Night, in Whelans, The Grand Social, Workmans and is part of a comedy group called The Craic Dealers. TCD have performed and organised gigs in Mullingar, around Dublin and kicked off an annual comedy festival over Halloween 2021 called Eargasm.
And this week’s host Emman Idama
Nigerian-born Irish citizen Emman Idama started his comedy career while still at school – much to the dismay of his teachers. Now a regular on the club circuit, Emman has performed at the Vodafone Comedy Festival, Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Electric Picnic, Forbidden Fruit and Longitude. He has also appeared on RTE’s Republic of Telly and The Year That’s In It (in 2014 and 2015), and on Des Bishop’s This Is Ireland in 2016