RTE Radio 1 and Sideline Productions present Comedy Showhouse

Comedy

COLM O' REGAN WANTS A WORD

Dates: 03 May - 05 May

Show Time: 8pm

Tickets: €11

Starring the Cork-born author of the successful Irish Mammy books, best seller of Bolloxology and a regular performer on stage, radio and TV.

This show features two of Ireland’s best comedy actors; Tara Flynn and Paul Tylak, plus special guests, and has already won Best Irish Radio Comedy 2016 and 2017 plus the Celtic Media Award 2017 for Best Radio Comedy Programme.

See a new show every night, all shows will be recorded for future broadcast on RTE Radio 1.

Supported by The Broadcast Authority of Ireland (BAI) and grintage.com

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