Dates: 12 Mar - 13 Mar

Tickets: €10

Following two sold out nights in the Project Arts Centre, comedy sketch group Dead Cat

Bounce return with their unique brand of hilarious sketch comedy.

This brilliant new show – a series of comedy sketches set in the same hotel room – offers a dazzling array of colourful characters, improbable situations, and one of the most memorable musical finales you are ever likely to see performed by a cast of three. The three – who met at Trinity College Dublin and were all founding members of the award winning student comedy group H-BAM – have a busy year ahead, with a host of shows around Ireland and the UK, including a month long run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August. Ambitious, unmissable and laugh-out-loud funny – expect to hear a lot more from these very talented young comedians. “Comedic glory…beyond criticism”

The Scotsman “Gloriously hilarious”

Metro “Genuinely brilliant”

Fest “Holy shit this is funny”

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