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Stand Up Comedy Night


Doors Open: 20:00
Show Starts: 20:30

The Seamus Ennis Arts Centre presents an evening of Stand-Up Comedy hosted by Sharon Mannion (Bridget & Eamon) and featuring the one and only Colm O’Regan (Irish Mammies/Ann Devine)


Support on the night from Aidan Greene (TRY channel) and Jim Elliot (Newstalk FM regular)


More about the acts…



Colm O’Regan is a critically acclaimed broadcaster, comedian and the author of six best-selling books including the Irish Mammy trilogy, Bolloxology and the two Ann Devine novels – the latest of which is the novel Ann Devine Handle with Care.

He hosts Ireland’s most successful storytelling night the Dublin Story Slam and is resident MC at Inn Jokes, one of Dublin’s longest established Comedy Clubs.

As a stand-up comedian, he has performed all over the world. His stand-up has also featured on RTÉ’s Late Late Show and on Comedy Central.

Colm has written and presented the multi-award winning RTE 1 Radio comedy show Colm O’Regan Wants A Word since 2016.

Colm writes a weekly column about ‘everything and anything’ for the Irish Examiner.

‘Cork genius!’ - Irish Independent

‘very funny’ - Irish Times


Aidan Greene is undoubtedly Ireland’s foremost stammering comedian. Since stuttering his way into comedy in 2010 he’s become a regular headliner in comedy clubs across Ireland. He is also a regular performer at every major Irish comedy festival including the Vodafone Comedy Festival, Longitude, Indiependance and The Cat Laughs as well being a regular tour support for some of Ireland’s top comedians. From 2016 to 2019 Aidan had consecutive sell-out runs with his solo shows “(500) Days of Stammer”, “Stutter Island”, “Eternal Sunshine of the Stammer Man” and “Did I Stutter?”. These shows were subsequently performed to acclaim in Dublin, Galway, Albuquerque, and Montreal. Last year he returned to the Edinburgh Fringe for another sold-out run with his show “I Know What You Did Last Stammer”. Following this he performed the show at the Dublin Fringe festival.

Last year he hosted “The Stammies”: the British Stammering Associations first ever stammering awards. You can also see Aidan on the Try Channel, one of Ireland’s biggest YouTube Channels, which has over a million subscribers.

‘Aidan Greene stands alone as one of the most remarkable stand-ups working today’ -   The Cat Laughs Comedy Festival

‘Brilliant’ - Tommy Tiernan

'A joy to behold' - Paste Magazine




American-born stand-up Jim Elliott has established himself as a firm favourite on the Irish comedy circuit. You'll know him from regular appearances on Newstalk FM, on stage at the Laughter Lounge, or the International Comedy Club.




Sharon is a comedian and writer best known for her role as ‘Concepta’ in the RTE 2/UKTV hit comedy, ‘Bridget & Eamon’.


She won the Best Stand up award at the inaugural Fr. Ted Festival and has been a regular across Ireland and the UK ever since.


She is the resident host of the Comedy Cellar at the International and performs at clubs and festivals all over Ireland and beyond including The Cat Laughs Comedy Festival – Kilkenny, Paddy Power Comedy Festival - Iveagh Gardens Dublin, Vodafone Comedy Carnival, Galway, and headlining the KCIF, Missouri, in 2019.


Further FILM/TV credits include ‘Aisha’, ‘Michael Inside’ (Pathway Films, directed by Frank Berry), ‘Irish Pictorial Weekly’ (RTE), ‘Damo & Ivor’ (RTE), ‘Prosperity’ (RTE, directed by Lenny Abrahamson), ‘Roy’ (BBC) and more. She has also narrated two series of RTE’s ‘Don’t Tell the Bride’.


‘faultless performance – rich in indignity and passion that demolishes all before it’ - Chortle

‘full of humour, warmth and heart’ - The Reviews Hub
‘turbo-charged- started at fever pitch and stayed there’Evening Standard, London

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