Jarlath Regan headlines the LAUNCH NIGHT of the Dún Laoghaire Comedy Festival 2023 on Oct 21.
Three great comedians headlined by Ireland’s favourite Irishman Abroad blew up across social media In 2023. Following millions of views, shares and downloads across Instagram, TikTok and YouTube, Jarlath Regan is proud to be part of Dún laoghaire Comedy Festival.
Jarlath first came to public attention for his multi-million download podcast phenomenon Irishman Abroad, and his standout tv appearances on Tonight At The Palladium, Russell Howard’s Good News, How To Win The Eurovision and The Apprentice “You’re Fired”. After a huge wave in support, millions of views and downloads, being named Irish Comedian Of The Year and supporting Jack Whitehall on his arena tour, Jarlath brings his newest hour of stand-up to Dublin’s favourite comedy venue.
Known for his ability to spin a yarn while rinsing a subject for every punchline available, Jarlath also creates Ireland’s number parenting podcast with his wife Tina (Honey, You’re Ruining Our Kid).
Hosted by Kevin Gildea, 30 years experience as a writer and performer: he has acted onstage, on radio, (BBC4) on TV (BBC 2, RTE) and on Film; he has also written for all – plays, stand-up, songs, sketches. Comedy on another level.' - The Irish Times
Supporter by Sharon Mannion is a comedian and writer best known for her role as ‘Concepta’ in the RTE 2/UKTV hit comedy, ‘Bridget & Eamon’. ‘Callan’s Kicks’ political satire on RTE Radio 1, and ‘You Couldn’t Make It Up’, a topical comedy panel show for Newstalk FM.
Showtime: 8pm (doors open at 7 pm)
Venue: The Purty Kitchen, Dún Laoghaire
Tickets: €22 + booking fee
THE SMALL PRINT - Seats are first come first served. There is standing at the back.
- All shows are rated 18+
- No refunds allowed
- No recording the show