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Unhinged Comedy: June 17th 2015

June 17, 2015 @ 9:00 pm - 11:15 pm

$6 - $8

Connor McDonough-Flynn (@ConMcFlynn) #TakingTheStage #MC on Wednesday the 17th of June 2015 at Unhinged Comedy (@UnhingedComedy) in the Ha’penny Bridge Inn (). Doors 21:00. €8/€6.

Book tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/unhinged-comedy-tickets-17064345918

Unhinged Comedy’s Lineup:

– Greg Marks

Greg is one of Ireland’s hardest working and funniest comedians, with his wacky brand of humour. Greg has played every venue up and down the country and beyond. Including the Laughter Lounge (Dublin), The Empire (Belfast), The Comedy Store (London), The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh and Glasgow – He’s not to be missed.”


Robbie Bonham (@RBonhamCartoons):

Dublin comedian Robbie Bonham has been performing in Ireland, The UK and internationally for 12 years, bringing with him his somewhat skewed outlook on relationships, addiction issues, and the nature of existence (from a man baffled by all three). He makes his television debut this year in TV3’s documentary, The Stand Ups.

He is also a published writer, illustrator and cartoonist, which is nowhere near as successful as it sounds. He could really use your money. And maybe your couch? Just for a few days…

“Quirky, zany, and, most importantly, funny” – Capital magazine

“Pretty damn hilarious…A talented addition to any line-up” – ComedyEire

“Confident, intelligent, creative and darn funny” – The Laughter Lounge

“A great act who is the most consistent performer at work in Ireland” – Capital Comedy Club

“…has established himself as a hard hitter on the Irish comedy circuit” – Galway Independent


– Eve Darcy

Eve is a relatively new stand-up comedian on the Irish comedy scene, having spent some time ‘doing’ comedy in Vancouver. Nobody invited her to, she just happened to live there for a time and while there decided to ‘break in’ her new comedy self whilst marvelling at such an exotic and strange land. Little did naïve Eve know that breaking in would also entail breaking down. Eve’s fear of commitment and aversion to labels has led to her current comedy ‘style’ being largely undefined, described best (in cheerleadingly encouraging and hopeful sentiments) as, ‘a work in progress’ and ‘evolving’. And as a wise woman once said many times, “shur, isn’t that all any of us can hope to strive for.” That wise woman only ever managed to make average tea. Eve likes tea.”


Peter Flanagan (@peterflanagan):

Peter Flanagan is an up and coming comic who has performed at top comedy clubs across Ireland, the UK and Australia. He’s been a finalist in competitions like: the Perth International Comedy Festival’s “Next Gen” and “Raw Comedy”.”


– Robert James Wade:

Robert James Wade has been on the Dublin comedy circuit for over three years now. Though still relatively unknown to the rest of the world, he consistently entertains audiences with his blunt, sleazy and at times sadistic sense of humour.”


– Danny O’Hanlon (@DannyOHQ):

“Danny O’Hanlon has been peddling his easy-going style of stand-up for five years now. He has supported the likes of John Colleary and Patrick McDonnell, performed in the Laughter Lounge and gotten to the final of the’ Show me the Funny’ comedy competition in Galway twice. That’s two times more than none. He is very involved in podcasting and community radio, but still finds the time to write jokes and say them out loud – sometimes to other people. He thinks you’ll like his stuff.”



Connor McDonough-Flynn (@ConMcFlynn)




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