A night of comedy to celebrate 25 years of The Aisling Project supporting vulnerable Irish people in London.
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Dara O Briain
One of Ireland's funniest comedians, who produces laughs like a magician produces rabbits from a hat. With a reputation as a stand-up around the world, including an appearance at the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, he originally made a name for himself in Ireland on the satirical panel show Don't Feed the Gondolas and then stepped into the mainstream limelight with the hit show It's A Family Affair. Currently to be seen presenting the BBC's topical panel show Mock The Week. 'One of the most dependably entertaining stand-up comics in the land' (The Times) 'Worked the stalls like a puppet master' (Evening Standard) 'O Briain has a laser eye for the absurd and the spurious' (The Guardian).
See 2 tour dates featuring Dara O Briain
David O’Doherty was the recipient of the 2008 Edinburgh Comedy Award (formerly The Perrier Award) at The Edinburgh Fringe. His latest book, 100 Facts About Sharks, co-written with Claudia O’Doherty and Mike Ahern was published by Random House, and his album We Are Not The Champions was released in May 2013. In February 2012 he became the first Irish comedian to record a Comedy Central TV Special in America. David regularly appears on TV shows such as QI, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Have I Got News For You. 'A national treasure' (The Irish Times) 'Not everyone's cup of tea' (The Irish Times).
See 2 tour dates featuring David O'Doherty
Winner of the Hackney Empire New Act Of The Year 2006, Joe is a critically acclaimed standup and comedy talent, most recently portraying the wonderfully creepy Dan in the smash hit new BBC Three sitcom Him And Her. Joe has also made star appearances on Russell Howard's Good News and Never Mind The Buzzcocks. 'An absolute natural, marrying Stewart Lee style joke deconstruction to scathing one-liners worthy of Jack Dee... undoubtedly destined for greatness' - Evening Standard. 'A natural gag-smith who looks so comfortable behind a mic stand you'd be forgiven for thinking he'd been doing stand up for a decade' - The Guardian.
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A former advertising executive who turned to comedy when his unmarketable greetings card ideas got him the sack, Irishman Jarleth Regan is a jack of all trades and all round decent fella, the kind you could take home to meet your mum. Raised on the windswept plains of the Curragh of Kildare he dreamed of being a professional basketball player but shelved the ambition due to combination of injuries and on the early on-set of cop on. The NBAs loss has been stand-up comedy's gain. 'A subtle yet sublime helping of observational humour' (The Herald) 'Side-splitting stuff... causes near hysteria in the room' (The Metro) 'A refreshing and hilarious change of pace' (The Independent) 'While he's not as well-known as some Irish stand-ups, he's every bit as talented' (Sunday Express) 'He has a skilful way with words and a playful misplaced logic' (Chortle).
See 10 tour dates featuring Jarlath Regan
- Compton Terrace
- N1 2XD
- Disabled access:
- Bronze Status