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New Zealander Danny Dowling has been calling Ireland home for the last 13 years and with a massive mortgage never looks like leaving. A regular in Irelands top clubs and festivals from the Electric Picnic to touring with some of the worlds best comics. A gentle mix of reality stirred with a big dose of madness brings storytelling and the surrealism together in every set.
Described as Described as “F***ing Brilliant ” Olaf Tyransen – Evening Herald -
“Superbly Unhinged” Hotpress.
“The most exciting thing in remote comedy” The Guardian,
Winner of Come Dine With Me Ireland with the highest score in the series mainly due to 250 custard pies.
Ross Browne is one of the funniest comedians in the country. A favourite with audiences in every venue he plays Ross is an injection of fun into the heart of Irish comedy. Wether it be his own stand up or his many characters including Cyril Bedeway and Mossy Moore he always delivers a show to be remembered.
Recently starring in THE FEAR (RTE 2) Ross has cemented himself as a top notch comedian on screen now also.
“He is going to be massive” – The Sun
“Lively and very, very funny. An absolute treat to watch” – Pat Shortt
“So funny I almost fell out of my wheelchair laughing” – Ken J Haley
“Ross is going to be a huge star” – City Limits
“One of our most requested acts” – Laughter Lounge
***** Five Stars
Intrigued by the power that a six-letter word has over so many people, Francesca shares her own life-changing journey of growing up as ‘abnormal’, being rescued from High-School-Hell by ‘Grange Hill’, letting Ricky Gervais making fun of her walk in ‘Extras’ and working out what to say to the BBC after being offered the role of a, ahem, vegetable.
Whatever body you’re born into, it seems that most people share the universal desire to be ‘normal’. This show is for anyone who’s ever struggled to fit in, felt ‘different’ or wondered what normal really means. Apart from a cycle on a washing machine, of course
Jeremy is best known for his work on Radio 4, notably on News Quiz, I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue and Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation. In 2010 he published a book, My Family and Other Strangers, chronicling his desperate search for interesting ancestors.
‘In an ideal world, Jeremy Hardy would be extremely famous, but an ideal world would leave him without most of his best material’ – The Guardian
Saturday 15 June
Colum Mc Donnell/ Ross Browne plus guests.
Saturday 22nd June
Kevin Gildea/Ross Browne plus guests.
Saturday 29th June.
Patrick Mc Donnell ( Eoin Mc Love/Fr Ted ) Ross Browne plus guests.
Saturday 6th July.
Keith Farnan/Ross Browne plus guests.
Saturday 20th July
Fred Cooke/Ross Browne plus guests.