THE PUNCHLINE COMEDY series returns

PUNCHLINE COMEDY series returns

PUNCHLINE COMEDY series returns Tuesday, January 28 – pictured is host Tom O Mahony

THE PUNCHLINE COMEDY series returns Tuesday, January 28 with Colin Geddis 

The Punchline series returns to University Concert Hall this January and the line-up gets better and better.

The Punchline is a monthly comedy club at University Concert Hall, Limerick hosted by comedian, actor and UCH Panto star Tom O’Mahony (Damo & Ivor, Bridget & Eamonn).

A unique opportunity to see some of the best comedic talents in an intimate setting, UCH will become a 380 seat auditorium for the monthly comedy night.

PUNCHLINE COMEDY series returns

Colin Geddis is the special guest January 28

The Punchline will take place on the last Tuesday of every month and first up, on Tuesday, January 28 is Colin Geddis fresh from two sold-out nights in the SSE Arena, Belfast.

Colin has dominated Northern Irish comedy for the past 10 years, selling out his solo stand up shows, generating millions of hits on both YouTube and Facebook and securing over 1 million podcast listens on his hugely popular “General Banter” podcast.

This is your chance to catch him up close and personal in Limerick!

Tickets: €15 from www.uch.ie or 061 331549 

Tuesday, Jan 28th
Colin Geddis

 

Tuesday, Feb 25th:
Danny O Brien

 

Tuesday, Mar 31st

Micky Bartlett

 

Tuesday, Apr 28th

Fred Cooke

 

HOSTED BY TOM O’MAHONY

Tom O’Mahony is one of the busiest Irish headline acts on the circuit. Playing every major festival and club here and abroad, he has recently toured with MTV star Tom Green and Mock The Week regular Tom Stade.

A regular on Irish TV, Tom starred alongside the legendary Rik Mayall in Season 1 of the award-winning TV series Damo & Ivor.

He also featured in the hit RTE show Bridget & Eamon as your everyday oddball neighbour Paddy d’Pervert (it’s French!).

 

Tuesday, Jan 28

Colin Geddis

First up, on Tuesday, January 28 is Colin Geddis fresh from two sold-out nights in the SSE Arena, Belfast.

Colin has dominated Northern Irish comedy for the past 10 years, selling out his solo stand up shows, generating millions of hits on both YouTube and Facebook and securing over 1 million podcast listens on his hugely popular “General Banter” podcast.

This is your chance to catch him up close and personal in Limerick!

 

Tuesday, Feb 25

Danny O Brien

This month’s headliner is Danny O’ Brien! Now a veteran of the Irish and international stand-up scene. His friendly, high energy, anecdotal style brings on the big laughs with ease. 

He is a regular on Irish TV and radio and last year he brought the house down when he opened for Dermot & Dave at UCH.

He also recently opened for American comedian Bill Burr in front of over 7,000 people in The 3Arena and according to Bill “…. murdered it”!

“O’Brien is genuinely, uproariously funny with a huge stage presence and wicked timing” – The Sunday Independent ★★★★★

 

Tuesday, Mar 31

Micky Bartlett

The Punchline is delighted to welcome Micky Bartlett, one of the fastest rising comedians in Ireland, with sell-out shows in New York and Australia under his belt. Not to be missed!

“One of the most consistently funny people I’ve ever worked with”- Adam Hills

“Masterful”- chortle

“I didn’t actually see your set, sorry”– Tommy Tiernan

‘Hilarious, dark, edgy, strangely re-assuring’ IRISH INDEPENDENT

 

Tuesday, April 28

Fred Cooke

Fred Cooke is leaving his twinkle toes behind him from Dancing with the Stars and taken to the road for his new comical tour of musical madness. 

Becoming “Irish Comedian of the Year 2018” (Tatler Magazine), he has supported Irish Comedy legend Tommy Tiernan on his Nationwide Tour.

Cooke’s guitar plucking panache enables him to paint comical situations before delivering unexpected killer-punch lines that leave his audience “elevated to hilarity” (The Scotsman).

“The Premier League of Irish funnymen.” Hot Press

“Enough energy to power a small village in the west of Kerry The Laughter Lounge

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