Craic Den Comedy Club @ Workman’s – Jarlath Regan, Stephen Mullan + Special Guests! EARLY SHOW
28 April, 2023
FRIDAY 28TH APRIL – EARLY SHOW
Doors 7pm / Show at 7:30PM
Craic Den Comedy Club brings the best Irish and international comedians to the stage every week in Dublin city. As seen on their acclaimed TV show on Virgin Media, The Craic Den will deliver you a medicinal dose of laughs all evening long. New line up every week!
Jarlath Regan is an Irish comedian, writer, illustrator creator and host of the Irishman Abroad podcast. The collection of in-depth, long-form interviews has featured Hozier, Sharon Horgan, Brian O’Driscoll, Chris O’Dowd, Sir Terry Wogan, Glen Hansard, Aidan Gillen, Sonia O’Sullivan, Boy George, Dylan Moran, Lisa Hannigan, Graham Linehan and many many more. It is listened to by more than one million people worldwide. Jarlath has staged live episodes of the podcast at the Dublin Film Festival, Dublin Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, Cork International Film Festival, Body & Soul Festival, London Irish Comedy Festival as well as a residency at the Museum Of Comedy in London.
“Could turn out to be the biggest thing since Ricky Gervais picked up a laptop” The Telegraph
Stephen Mullan, one of Ireland’s most exciting comedy acts, honed his craft in the club circuit in London and having recently moved home, he has already shared the stage with the likes of David O’Doherty, Colin Murphy and Des Bishop. The voice of Love Island Australia, Stephen is destined for super-stardom. See him while you can!
“He has real talent.” Dublin Live
Dundalk native Kevin Larney won Dublin’s Next Top Comic 2020, is one half of Shite Talk: An Irish History podcast and has gigged all around Ireland, Australia, and performed at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Sharon is an actor, comedian and writer best known for her role as ‘Concepta’ in the RTE 2 hit comedy, ‘Bridget & Eamon’ and for her work on ‘Republic of Telly’, as regular roving news reporter and one half of popular duo ‘The Receptionists’.
She is currently touring nationwide with her self-penned one-woman show ‘The Curse of the Button Accordion”. she also performs improvised comedy weekly with The Dublin Comedy Improv, at the International Bar, Dublin.“Full of humour, warmth, and heart.” The Reviews Hub
WORKMAN’S CLUB, 10 WELLINGTON QUAY, Dublin 2, D02 VX36
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* Please arrive before the show start time (7:30pm). Late arrivals may have to stand up the back or be refused entry.
** Refund Policy: refunds will be granted up until the day of the event. Refunds will not be given if applied for on the day of the event (Unless otherwise stated) however can be swapped for another date if permitted.
***Lineups Subject to change.