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The Errigle Inn Comedy Club

Sean Hegarty, Alan Irwin, Ronan Linskey, Paddy McDonnell

25-05-2018

Headlining - Sean Hegarty

Sean is a one-liner comedian from Lurgan, Co Armagh. Sean recently got to the live semi-finals of Ireland's Got Talent on TV3, becoming the only act from the North to make it that far and beating over 5,000 other acts in the process. A comedy writer and performer by trade, he won Ireland's Funniest Joke early 2018, has supported Patrick Kielty on tour and has a joke book and parody music album as his internet sensation alter-ego, Rodney, with over 30 million + video views to date. You can hear Sean on Northern Ireland's most-listened-to radio station, Cool FM, see his frequent viral videos on his Facebook page, Sean Hegarty Comedian and listen to his popular podcast 'Hanging With The Hegartys' with actress, wife Diona Doherty. Expect big things for Sean throughout the rest of 2018 as he establishes himself as one of the country's biggest and best comedians, hosts, presenters and comedy video makers.



Alan Irwin
Alan Irwin is a Lisburn-born stand-up comedian. Since his first gig in 2010, he has performed across the UK and Ireland. A former Chortle Student Comedy Award finalist, he has opened for the likes of Phil Nichol, Brendon Burns, Bec Hill and Rob Rouse. He has made appearances on BBC Radio Ulster’s “Live at the Sunflower” and “The Shane Todd Show”, and recently starred as Sandy in BBC One NI's "Soft Border Patrol".

“Exhibiting real energy and presence…a major player in the making.” – Culture Northern Ireland
“High-impact…hit the audience hard and often” - Chortle



Ronan Linskey
Ronan lives in Belfast and has been around for years (2011-present) now. In that time he's established himself as one of the best new acts in the Irish comedy scene, with his unique style mixing astute observation into his own cocktail of absurdist logic. He plays club gigs, as well as a range of Arts Festivals around the country - CQAF, Belfast Book Festival, Imagine Politics Festival etc - and also regularly puts on his own solo shows.

He is chuffed to have supported such luminaries as Mark Thomas, Tony Law, Isy Suttie, Brendon Burns, Eleanor Tiernan, and Eddie Pepitone. He's gigged in class places across Ireland, the UK, and Iceland - clubs such as The Stand in Glasgow & Edinburgh, Josie Long's Lost Treasures of the Black Heart, The Comedy Crunch Dublin, The Black Box Belfast, The Empire Comedy Club Belfast, Masons Comedy Club Derry, Gaukurinn Reykjavik and Bec Hill's Pun Run.

He performed full solo show runs at the Edinburgh Fringe with Laughing Horse in 2014 ('Hidden') & 2015 ('Cult of Personality')


Paddy McDonnell
Paddy McDonnell is one of the fastest rising talents on the Northern Irish comedy circuit. Whether gigging on his home turf of West Belfast or taking his hilarious tales of everyday life around the country, Paddy has won over audiences with his uncompromising, insightful material.
Taxi driver by day, Funnyman by night, Paddy has raked up thousands of gig miles since first exploding onto the stage in 2010. He has performed many times at Belfast’s prestigious Empire Laughs back and Queen’s Comedy Clubs, as well as all the main clubs in Dublin.
Paddy has also stormed the Legendary Stand Comedy Clubs in Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as the Hot Water Comedy club in Liverpool, and has won comedy competitions at Molly’s Parlour, Lisburn, and Molly Brown’s, Newtownards.

“There’s no stopping this cabbie’s gag-fest”-The Belfast Telegraph
“A very, very funny man indeed”-TheComedyScoop.com
“He used everything he had to make us laugh, and I mean everything”- Derry Journal
“No-holds-barred, raucous style”-AU Magazine


Entry £8

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