Irish Comedian of the Year 2016 – Heat 7

Connor McDonough-Flynn (@ConMcFlynn) #TakingTheStage at the Irish Comedian of the Year 2016 Competition in The Comedy Cellar in The International Bar on the 27th of September 2016. Doors 20:00. Tickets: €10.

Compere Andrew Stanley introduces 8 comedians trying to win their way to the Grand Final in Galway where one will win €2000 and a trip to Australia.

Connor McDonough-Flynn

Emma Doran

Seamus Stackpoole

Steven Murphy

Odran Fitzgerald

William Thompson

Simon McCullagh

Colin Chadwick

MC:

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Unhinged Comedy: 11th September 2016

Unhinged Comedy (@UnhingedComedy) on Sunday the 11th September 2016 in the Ha’penny Bridge Inn (). Doors 21:00. €8/€6.

Book tickets here: https://ticketstop.ie/view.php?id=923

Unhinged Comedy’s Lineup:

– Edwin Sammon (@edwinsammon): 

Featured in Republic of Telly, the RTE Comedy Awards and winner of the coveted Father Ted Comedy Competition in 2011, a lover not a Tweeter, Edwin is one of the best stand ups in the country. He has played nearly every festival imaginable ranging from the Edinburgh Fringe to the Electric Picnic.”

“One of the best on the circuit” – Totally Dublin

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– Emma Doran (@EmmaLouDoran): 

Just over a year and a half on the comedy circuit:

Winner of Ha’penny Comedy Competition 2014.

Runner up Forbidden Fruit Comedy Search 2014

Runner Up Show me the Funny 2015

Vodafone Comedy Festival 2016

You can sometimes see Emma’s head popping up on Republic of Telly as well.

MummyPages: ‘if you’re looking for a good laugh you need to check out this lady’”

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Tom O’Mahony (@TOM_OMAHONY):

Tom starred alongside the legendary and late, great Rik Mayall in Irish TV’s record-breaking hit comedy Damo & Ivor in 2013 – returning in 2014 (alongside Snatch’s Alan Ford), reprising his role as the intolerable toff, Tarquin.

He has since been a regular on Irish TV shows from Republic of Telly and Irish Pictorial Weekly. He’s set to star in a new ghost hunting show for TV3, which is set to air Halloween ’16 and also in RTE TV’s latest hit series Bridget & Eamon which will air in early ’17. He’s also a regular on national radio, 2FM’s Breakfast Republic and Spin 1038.

An ex-MMA fighter turned comedian, Tom O’Mahony’s first show at The Edinburgh Fringe in 2012 ‘Endangered Species’ was a sell-out. He went on to continue his rise to the top as one of RTE TV’s National New Comedian of The Year Finalists in 2013 and followed on with a sell-out show at the International Comedy Club for the 10 Days In Dublin Fest. His 2014 show ‘Bring On The Apocalypse’ sold out all its Irish dates and saw him sell out yet another Edinburgh Fringe. His 2015 show “Got Ammo” was another sell-out success in Irish theatres.

Tom is a headline act in many major Irish and European comedy clubs. He has gone on to support the likes of Nina Conti (Cork Opera House) and Michael Winslow (of Police Academy fame) Abandonman, Neil Delamare and Tommy Tiernan as part of their nationwide tours. He plays some of the country’s biggest festivals, Vodafone Comedy Festival, Forbidden Fruit and this year was part of the Best of Irish show at the 2016 Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival.

“A rough-neck and unapologetically funny, Tom has a penchant for kicking the proverbial doors off when hits the stage. Fiercely likable and refreshingly original” – The Evening Echo

“O’Mahony, brilliantly bad ass..” – entertainment.ie

“Psychotically funny B**tard” – Rik Mayall

“Tom O’Mahony was hilarious” – BroadwayBaby

“Tom was fantastic” – Nina Conti

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MC:

– Connor McDonough-Flynn (@ConMcFlynn)

Connor McDonough-Flynn’s been a comedian for 5+ years. Hes gigged all around Ireland and Internationally.

His comedy is bizarre, bold and (un)balanced – he’s an arguably debatable spectator tempter. Connor will have you laughing away as he deals with the debaucherous topics that present themselves daily. The stimulating humdrum thoughts that arouse bemusement. And the oddball anecdotes that evoke howls, from the mouths, on your face. There’s a means to his madcap manoeuvres.

He put on his first solo show (hour special): “I’m Not Special” at The Workman’s Club in Dublin on the 13th of March, 2015.

He’s since began touring:  “I’m Not Special” bringing 5-shows to the Galway Fringe Festival in July 2015.

Finalist in the – Finalist in the Forbidden Fruit Comedy Talent Search.

“…incredibly funny and engaging…” – Trip Advisor

“…hilarious as he interacts with audience.” – Trip Advisor

“…the man with the longest name/craziest eyes in comedy…” – Danny O’Hanlon

Website: http://conmcflynn.com

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