Saturday September 19, 2020

Joking Aside: Nadine O'Regan meets Des Bishop

The comedian is a man in a hurry, flitting between east and west as he juggles the personal and the professional

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
22nd May, 2016
Comedian Des Bishop Pic: Fergal Phillips

Des Bishop is standing on a cobblestone street in Dublin’s city centre, his hands in his jacket pockets, staring fixedly into a camera lens, while its owner, The Sunday Business Post photographer, is crouched a few metres away, snapping frantically.

Tall and handsome, with his grey hair combed into perfect position, Bishop might have made his name as a comedian in Ireland, but he looks utterly at ease in the model role, giving...

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