See the man with the neck brace sitting next to you on the bus muttering to himself. The old woman you have a stand-off with by your bins every morning. The mould growing on your ceiling you start to imagine is winking at you from the corner of your eye.
We are all in the gutters. We’ve been here for a while and we’ve been waiting for you.
Sketch, characters and finding your way back to the end.
From Spirit of Wit Award Winner (2019) Hannah Mamalis returns with a host of sketch-like characters that uneasily inhabit our world. This is the show with no straight man, an idiot’s playground, comedic anarchy of the tarnished mind as we start to decipher who we are again after the fall.
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Hannah Mamalis is a writer, actress and comedian. She has written and performed several shows for theatre.
The Egg is a Lonely Hunter premiered at Dublin Fringe 2017, was nominated for three awards and completed a successful five-star run at the Edinburgh Fringe in Summerhall.
Symphony of Worms premiered at Dublin Fringe 2019 where it was nominated for three awards, and won the Spirit of Wit Award.
In 2021 she was commissioned by The Abbey Theatre and Dublin Fringe to create an immersive audio piece for that year’s festival called Speak Softly Go Far.
In early 2022 she wrote and performed in the pilot for comedy sketch show Parish is Burning on BBC R4.
Her screenwriting credits include work for Element Pictures, Green Pavilion and Calico Pictures with whom she is developing a new TV project.
She recently wrapped filming on her first short film Baby Steps funded by Screen Ireland.
Recent acting credits include Ladhood for BBC3 and Bodkin for Netflix.
She regularly writes and performs her own material and collaborates with comedy group Dreamgun.
Her solo work includes sets at Vicar Street, the Vodafone Comedy Festival and the Cat Laughs Comedy Festival, including support for Phil Jupitus at Stendhal.
Developed at FRINGE LAB and Scene+Heard.
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