Craic Den Comedy Club @ Workman’s Club – Jack Hester, Kevin O’Sullivan + Aidan Greene! 9:30PM SHOW
30 September, 2023
SATURDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER – 9:30PM SHOW
Doors 9pm / Show at 9:30pm
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.
Jack Hester is a gong show specialist, he has won gong shows at the London Comedy Store, Up the Creek, the Frog and Bucket and Top Secret.
A high energy, good craic Irish comedian who is often compared to Dave Allen.
“A comic with strong storytelling skills who draws out the wry absurdities in his tales, from seeing the positive side of a mugging to discussing Britain’s worst killers” – Chortle
Corkonian Kevin has become one of the Rebel counties proudest comedy exports, forging a name for himself as one of the most beloved comics on the Irish comedy scene. After honing his unique style of comedy Off-Broadway in New York, Kevin has followed in the footsteps of many greats, becoming one of the regular hosts and headliners in Dublin’s most prestigious comedy clubs.
Aidan Greene is undoubtedly Ireland’s foremost stammering comedian. Since stuttering his way into comedy in 2010 he’s become a regular in comedy clubs across Ireland. Along with this he has become a regular at every major Irish comedy festival including the Vodafone Comedy Festival, Longitude, Indiependance and The Cat Laughs. He had a sold out run at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his show (500) Days of Stammer, a one man show about stammering and falling in love. The show was performed to acclaim in Dublin, Galway, Albuquerque, and Montreal. In 2018 he returned to the Fringe with another sell out show “Stutter Island”. In 2019 he returned with two sell out show “Eternal Sunshine of the Stammering Man” and “Did I Stutter”
As well as a comedian Aidan is also an accomplished storyteller. In 2016 he was runner up in the Moth Grand Slam in Dublin. His story The Early Days of Stammer was featured on the Moth Radio Hour and was broadcast on over 400 radio stations globally, to a listenership of over 30 million. In October 2017, he was invited to speak at National Stammering Awareness Day in Dublin about being a stuttering performer.
“Aidan Greene clearly has a talent for comedy, and harnessing his gift has given him an authentic edge” Deadline News
John has established himself as one of the most exciting stand-ups emerging in the Irish comedy scene. Winner of the “Best New Act” Award at the 2019 Bray Comedy Festival, John has been featured on FM104 and is a contributing writer to The God Pod Twitter account.
Praised for his likability, comedy writing and stage presence, he has performed on shows with top comedians such as David O’ Doherty, Brian Kiley, Joanne McNally, and Scott Capurro, and regularly gigs at the best venues across Ireland. In 2019 he brought a show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and debuted a new show at the Scene and Heard festival in 2022, and again in 2023.
WORKMAN’S CLUB, 10 WELLINGTON QUAY, Dublin 2, D02 VX36
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* Please arrive before the show start time (9:30pm). 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.