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RTÉ Radio 1 and Sideline Productions in association with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland and Grintage Ireland
Dates: 01 Feb - 03 Feb
Show Time: 8.00pm
For three nights, award-winning comedian Sean Hughes (star of BBC’s Never Mind The Buzzcocks) will be joined by panellists Andrew Maxwell, Fiona Looney, Karl Spain and special guests for a live recording of the hit comedy panel show Don’t Quote Me for Ireland’s first ever Radio Comedy Festival, Comedy Showhouse.
The first of its kind, Comedy Showhouse is a new festival of Irish comedy, featuring Sean Hughes; Deirdre O’Kane; Andrew Maxwell; Al Porter; Colm O’Regan; Fred Cooke; Amy Huberman; John Colleary; Foil, Arms & Hog; and many more.
Join us in the Space Upstairs for 8 days of live comedy recordings, which will be broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1 across 2016.
Each evening’s performance will be recorded as live and broadcast later as two separate half hour radio shows.
Meanwhile, downstairs in the Cube, meet the new stars of digital comedy or take part in workshops and live podcasts.
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