Connor McDonough-Flynn: “I’m Not Special”: July 25th 2015

Connor McDonough-Flynn (@ConMcFlynn) #TakingTheStage on July 25th 2015 to perform his one man show: “I’m Not Special” in Coyotes (@Coyoteslatebar) as part of the Galway Fringe Festival (@GalwayFringe). Doors 18:00.

Book Tickets Here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/connor-mcdonough-flynn-im-not-special-comedy-special-tickets-17645463055

I’m Not Special” is Connor McDonough-Flynn’s first one man show. “I’m Not Special” is a show that finds Connor letting go of his ego, and accepting the finer points in life. Through laughter, love and humanity he finds himself. It’s humorously hard-hitting and honest. Connor weaves his way through his own psyche and the societal pressures imposed – realizing along the way what’s truly important. This show is about laughing at the countless perspectives of day-to-day life and the hilarity intertwined of the world surrounding.

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.

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

Twitter: @ConMcFlynn

Website: http://conmcflynn.com

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Connor McDonough-Flynn: “I’m Not Special”: July 24th 2015

Connor McDonough-Flynn (@ConMcFlynn) #TakingTheStage on July 24th 2015 to perform his one man show: “I’m Not Special” in Coyotes (@Coyoteslatebar) as part of the Galway Fringe Festival (@GalwayFringe). Doors 18:00.

Book Tickets Here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/connor-mcdonough-flynn-im-not-special-comedy-special-tickets-17645472082

I’m Not Special” is Connor McDonough-Flynn’s first one man show. “I’m Not Special” is a show that finds Connor letting go of his ego, and accepting the finer points in life. Through laughter, love and humanity he finds himself. It’s humorously hard-hitting and honest. Connor weaves his way through his own psyche and the societal pressures imposed – realizing along the way what’s truly important. This show is about laughing at the countless perspectives of day-to-day life and the hilarity intertwined of the world surrounding.

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.

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

Twitter: @ConMcFlynn

Website: http://conmcflynn.com

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“I’m Not Special”: July 18th 2015

Connor McDonough-Flynn (@ConMcFlynn) #TakingTheStage on July 18th 2015 to perform his one man show: “I’m Not Special” in Coyotes (@Coyoteslatebar) as part of the Galway Fringe Festival (@GalwayFringe). Doors 18:00.

I’m Not Special” is Connor McDonough-Flynn’s first one man show. “I’m Not Special” is a show that finds Connor letting go of his ego, and accepting the finer points in life. Through laughter, love and humanity he finds himself. It’s humorously hard-hitting and honest. Connor weaves his way through his own psyche and the societal pressures imposed – realizing along the way what’s truly important. This show is about laughing at the countless perspectives of day-to-day life and the hilarity intertwined of the world surrounding.

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

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“I’m Not Special”: July 17th 2015

Connor McDonough-Flynn (@ConMcFlynn) #TakingTheStage on July 17th 2015 to perform his one man show: “I’m Not Special” in Coyotes (@Coyoteslatebar) as part of the Galway Fringe Festival (@GalwayFringe). Doors 20:00.

Book tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/connor-mcdonough-flynn-im-not-special-comedy-special-tickets-17645471079

I’m Not Special” is Connor McDonough-Flynn’s first one man show. “I’m Not Special” is a show that finds Connor letting go of his ego, and accepting the finer points in life. Through laughter, love and humanity he finds himself. It’s humorously hard-hitting and honest. Connor weaves his way through his own psyche and the societal pressures imposed – realizing along the way what’s truly important. This show is about laughing at the countless perspectives of day-to-day life and the hilarity intertwined of the world surrounding.

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

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Best of Galway Comedy Show: July 17th 2015

Connor McDonough-Flynn (@ConMcFlynn) #TakingTheStage on July 24th 2015 to perform in the Best of Galway Comedy Show in Coyotes (@Coyoteslatebar) as part of the Galway Fringe Festival (@GalwayFringe). Doors 15:00.

The Best of Galway Comedy show will showcase Galway’s finest comedians under the spotlight of the Fringe festival. A delicious afternoon feast perfect for comedy fans looking for some early afternoon laughs.

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“I’m Not Special”: July 11th 2015

Connor McDonough-Flynn (@ConMcFlynn) #TakingTheStage on July 11th 2015 to perform his one man show: “I’m Not Special” in Coyotes (@Coyoteslatebar) as part of the Galway Fringe Festival (@GalwayFringe). Doors 18:00.

I’m Not Special” is Connor McDonough-Flynn’s first one man show. “I’m Not Special” is a show that finds Connor letting go of his ego, and accepting the finer points in life. Through laughter, love and humanity he finds himself. It’s humorously hard-hitting and honest. Connor weaves his way through his own psyche and the societal pressures imposed – realizing along the way what’s truly important. This show is about laughing at the countless perspectives of day-to-day life and the hilarity intertwined of the world surrounding.

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

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Crowbar Comedy continues to keep the Townhouse laughing away!

Was another comedy packed week at The Townhouse Bar on Quay Lane in Galway! The comedy scene proves to be potent during the Galway Fringe Festival.

This week Crowbar Comedy had 3-shows: Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. And there’s 3-more on the same days this week!!!

Wednesday was packed out with ‘turistas’: Spanish, German, American, Hungarian, and plenty of Irish and local Galwegians, a plethora of madness from all over the world. The Special Guest Sean Sheridan had a great set about drugs and football. And the Crowbar Crew (Danny O’Hanlon, Kenny Gaughan, Johnny Graham, Connor McDonough-Flynn) all hit flying form once again; the audience was left with smiles all around.

Friday was another packed out night, 60+ eager comedy enthusiasts crammed into the wallet friendly €3 show for a class line up including the Special Guest Lorna Forde, and the Crowbar Crew (Danny O’Hanlon, Kenny Gaughan, Johnny Graham, Connor McDonough-Flynn). The Crowbar Crew lined em’ up and knocked em’ down with a wide range of material; Danny, Kenny, Johnny and Connor all have unique styles that keep the show interesting and unpredictable. Lorna Forde had an entertaining set about being a mom, and the humorous-mayhem that comes with daily life.

Sunday night clashed with the Macnas Parade, which is an amazing part of the Galway Arts Festival, so after toughing it out in the rain and getting people in, the show started off and was a great success! The audience was up for it and they got it… What ever ‘it’ is… ‘It’ Sunday night was great comedy. The Crowbar Crew (Danny O’Hanlon, Kenny Gaughan, Johnny Graham, Connor McDonough-Flynn) once again all hit the comedy nerve of the crowd and got the laughs flowing. Cian Mc, the Special Guest, had a first-class set, joking about whiskey consumption, unpopular teenage years and how his mobile is messing with his self-esteem. All the lads played a blinder on the night and the crowd left satisfied…

Crowbar Comedy is part of the Galway Fringe Festival and it’s on this week the 25th, 27th and 29th of July, tickets are a wallet-friendly €3, it’s a show not to be missed!!! Danny O’Hanlon, Kenny Gaughan, Johnny Graham, Connor McDonough-Flynn, are all class, up and coming comedians. Each night has another up and coming comedian coming in as a special guest as well, making Crowbar Comedy a unique, laugh-out-loud show every night! A must see show during the Galway Fringe Festival.

The Galway Fringe Festival started off with a bang for Crowbar Comedy!

The first two nights were stock pilled with barrels of laughs as Kenny Gaughan, Connor McDonough-Flynn, Johnny Graham and Danny O’Hanlon; of the ‘Crowbar Comedy Crew’ and the ‘Garvey’s Comedy Open Mic Crew’ all hit flying form. As well as the special guests Christian Talbot (Friday’s Special Guest) and Aidan Greene (Sunday’s Special Guest).

The first two nights have been jam packed, with over 60 audience members from all over the world; the atmosphere in The Townhouse Bar has been mighty craic altogether. The banter has been flying around almost as fast as the jokes, and the belly laughs have been frequent and boisterous.

If you’re looking for a night of humour, pints, laughs, and all around enjoyment, call into The Townhouse Bar on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays from the 12th to the 30th of July. Tickets to Crowbar Comedy are a wallet friendly €3, it’s a must see show during the fringe.

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