Comedy

Funny Girl

Dates: 01 Jan - 01 Jan

Limited number of tickets available

The 2nd year of RTÉ’s Radio 1’s Comedy Festival featuring the best writers, performers and acts live on stage across 6 nights.

All great comedy starts with the script – so if you (male or female) have an ambition to write comedy then this the show is for you.

Host Katherine Lynch (Dancing with Stars / Wagon’s Den) explores the secrets and tips of writing comedy for stage, radio & screen with Stefanie Preissner (RTÉ’s Can’t Cope Won’t Cope); Brona C. Titley (Ch4’s 8 Out of 9 Cats) and Alison Spittle (stand up comedian & writer and star of new RTÉ Two series).

Special 6pm show.
Duration: 45 minutes

Comedy Showhouse is ‘revolutionising Irish broadcast comedy’ Irish Times
Find out more at grintageireland.com

 

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