Drink and Draw at Dublin's Dean Hotel, Building City Dashboards and Kilkenny Cat Laughs
A quarter of a century on and Kilkenny Cat Laughs is still going strong, with Irish and international comedians set to descend on the Marble City this June bank holiday weekend. The cream of Irish talent in the form of Tommy Tiernan (pictured), Dylan Moran, Dara Ó Briain, Alison Spittle, David O’Doherty, Jason Byrne, Joanne McNally and Ed Byrne will be performing.
Aside from classic stand-up performances, Dreamgun Film Reads will be there...
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