Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Winner of the Comedy Smackdown at the Galway Comedy festival 2010, and of the Bulmers Nuttin’ But Funny Competition 2009, Chris Kent is one of Ireland’s rapidly rising young comedians.
As well as being regular MC at Cork’s City Limits comedy club, Chris has gigged all over Ireland with PJ Gallagher, Ardal O’Hanlon and Colin Murphy, to name but a few. His sharp style prey's on his own everyday life and his ability to laugh at himself gives for some great viewing. Chris is one to watch!
‘Breathes new life into anecdotal comedy’ The List.
'Compelling storyteller, truly surprising, beautifully delivered’The Scotsman.
Noisy, manic and in-your-face comedian from Australia. This foul-mouthed antipodean is known as a masterly exponent of his art, intelligent and hilarious, railing against bigotry without preaching and taking the audience to the edge of their belief systems with his full on comedy routine. Brendon has appeared on The 11 O'clock Show and The Stand Up Show.
'The most jaw-droppingly awkward, painful, yet ultimately rewarding piece of stand-up we've ever seen' (Time Out)
'Harry Stachini started performing comedy after attending a Hot Water Comedy course at the age of 18 in 2013 and since then was named in the top 3 of the Southport New Comedian of the year competition in 2014.
'Harry is beginning to establish himself as a strong new act on the comedy circuit with his easy-going style along with his likeable character just adds to the brilliance of the stories and the unexpected one-liners that has crowds in stitches' (hot Water Comedy Club)
'It's amazing how relaxed and hilarious this guy is having only done comedy a short while. Big things to come' (Anonymous reviewer).
With a fabulous flair for acutely accurate observational musings and lightning fast ad-libbing Caimh has fast built himself a reputation on the comedy circuit as the hilarious white-haired fella whose name nobody can pronounce.
Caimh is in great demand as a writer for TV. He has worked on the hit BBC2 show ‘The Sarah Millican Television Programme’ and written for comics on ‘Mock the Week’ and ‘Have I Got News for You’.
'Snappy storytelling from a very funny man' (Sarah Milllican).
'Superb, a source of joy' (Time Out)
'... a standout act' (The Daily Telegraph)
'Genial white-haired Irishman Caimh (pronounced 'Queeve') has quickly established himself as one of the circuits most amiable and friendly acts. His gentle yet incisive humour makes any audience feel involved, whilst playing with their expectations' (Funhouse Comedy).