RTÉ Radio 1 and Sideline Productions

Comedy

Comedy Showhouse

Dates: 22 Nov - 23 Nov

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €0, email sidelinecomedytickets@gmail.com to reserve a ticket

It’s back! As part of RTÉ Radio 1’s award-winning Comedy Showhouse, the Cube will play host to six brand new half-hour comedy-dramas written by Ireland’s best female writers performed by a stellar cast of the nation’s most talented performers.

Produced y Sideline Productions in association with grintage.ie and funded by The Broadcast Authority of Ireland.

‘Revolutionising Irish broadcast comedy’ Irish Times

 

FRIDAY 22 NOVEMBER

Patricia Kelly – I DON’T USUALLY DO THIS
Catherine Maher – COUNSEL ME BABY
Sharon Mannion – TREADING WATER

SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER

Ann Mulkeen-Murray THE CARA COFFEE CLUB
Sarah-Jane Scott IN BREECH
Maria Kennedy – 1st DATE

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Cast includes: Rose Henderson, Danny Kehoe, Patricia Kelly, Sharon Mannion, Sarah-Jane Scott, Norma Sheehan and Paul Tylak

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