Talking Stick presents

Comedy

Hugh Cooney Stories 

Dates: 07 Nov - 09 Nov

Show Time: 7.45pm 7.45pm (Matinee 2.45pm) 

Tickets: €14-16

Infamous for his signature blend of surreality and the absurd, artist, filmmaker and performer, Hugh Cooney first burst onto our computer screens at the very advent of youtube with viral videos like Accessorise and Farrell McDarrel; videos that seemed to be siphoned directly from Ireland’s dark ether. Since then Hugh has been producing multimedia shows and performing sell out performances in London, Berlin and Dublin.  

Now he’s back with Hugh Cooney Stories and slowing down the pace to bring us modern day folklore. Join Hugh by the fireside as he regales you with tales of post-celtic tiger repo men and pig farmers with Casio watchesall told through the ancient Irish tradition of storytelling.    

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Written and Performed by Hugh Cooney
Produced and directed by Charlie Doran 

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