Sunday 27th December is certainly a date for the diaries as Limerick native and comic, Karl Spain brings his comical genius to the Cobh Ramblers Clubhouse for the evening along with comics Andrew Ryan and Chris Kent
Tickets are priced at €20 and would make a nice Christmas gift for someone!. They are on sale now from the Club, DNG Creedon in Douglas & Harrington’s Motormart Cobh and also at our home Under 17 and 19 games. If you would like to reserve tickets please call Angela on 021- 4813078.
Spain, a noted Irish Comedian, arrived on the scene in 2000 winning the RTÉ award for Best New Act. He appeared at the Montreal ‘Just for Laughs’ comedy festival in 2003, which was later repeated on RTÉ Television and he is a regular at the Kilkenny Cat Laughs comedy festival.
Spain later ran a series on RTÉ entitled ‘Karl Spain Wants a Woman’. He appeared as master of kung-fu on the fifth series of Killinaskully in October 2008 and in 2009 he had yet another TV show on RTÉ Two, ‘Karl Spain wants to Rock’.
In March 2010 Karl began a tour as supporting act to fellow Irish comedian, Ed Byrne.
Karl Spain has also been known to attend University of Limerick Comedy Nights and engage in a social beverage with aspiring students Kevin and Adam.
Irishman Andrew Ryan made his comedy circuit debut in 2008 when he spontaneously entered an open mic contest. Fast forward to 2015 and he is now one of the most exciting talents in recent years; in demand as an act and an MC at the biggest comedy clubs across the UK & Ireland.
Andrew’s quintessentially Irish storytelling abilities and cheeky, friendly demeanour make him a natural observational stand up. He performed his debut hour show ‘Ryanopoly’ at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012, receiving rave reviews (‘Illuminating debut ★★★★’ – The Metro). In 2014 he returned with his latest show ‘The Life of Ryan’ playing to packed out rooms (‘Going to be a huge star ★★★★’ – Timeout). In 2015 he was at the Edinburgh Festival with his latest show ‘Perfectly Inadequate’. Selling out his run at the Festival and having to put on extra shows. Andrew hopes to tour the show across the UK later in the year.
He has performed stand-up on BBC3’s Russell Howard’s Good News, Best of the Edinburgh Festival Live on BBC3 & Live at The Comedy Store for Comedy Central. Alex Zane’s ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ for London Live.
Andrew has also contributed to World Cup’s 50 Greatest Moments & Bafta’s Red Carpet television shows on BBC3 in 2014.
Corkman Chris Kent emerged on to the Irish comedy scene in 2009, when the won the Bulmers Nuttin’ But Funny Competition. The following year he won the Comedy Smackdown at the Galway Comedy festival. He is now a regular MC at the City Limits comedy club in his home town of Cork.
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