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“These boys are without doubt destined to be huge.” The Observer

“On a glitter sprinkled rocket ship to global domination.” Hot Press

“A first-class comedy band that have it in them to be Ireland’s (even scruffier) answer to Flight Of The Conchords.” The Guardian

“Poised to go from cult hit to Minchin-like stardom.” The List

Dead Cat Bounce presents

Comedy

Dead Cat Bounce... Do Stop Believing

Dates: 18 Dec - 22 Dec

Show Time: 8pm

Tickets: €20 - €22

Ten years after Dead Cat Bounce‘s first performance right here in Project… Three years after they quit forever…. Join us for a Christmas miracle as the comedy rock legends reunite to squeeze into their leopard print pants for their second-ever last-ever show… But like, for reals this time.

As seen on RTÉ 2’s Republic of Telly, Channel 4, BBC 3 and BBC Comedy online.

Winner of the Time Out Jury Prize, Sydney Comedy Festival 2010
Winner of the People’s Choice Award, Sydney Comedy Festival 2011

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Duration: 120 minutes

Suitable: 18+

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