What's On

Saturday 28 November, 8pm, €27

Oliver Callan

Award-winning satirical impressionist Oliver Callan is fresh from his hit TV and radio series Callan’s Kicks and will perform a night of live music, satire and comedy, sending up the top names in politics, sport and entertainment.

The controversial mimic returns with a brand new show satirising the hot topics of the day after another year of scandal and controversy across Ireland and the world.
Featuring a new array of characters from Conor McGregor to Imelda May and Marty Morrissey to Rachel Allen, as well as old favourites Taoiseach Enda and President Michael D Higgins; a huge range of issues will get the Callan treatment in this biting live show.

Callan’s routines are never far away from controversy, having raised the ire of politicians, sports stars and media celebrities in recent years.

The Monaghan-born comic is also known for his sharply topical routines and outspoken interviews on The Saturday Night Show on RTÉ One television.

Wednesday 9 December, 8pm, €25

You Don’t Bring Me Flowers starring Katherine Lynch

presented by Zac Entertainment

Watch as an exceptional cast including Katherine Lynch (Wagons Den), Seamus Moran (Fair City), Helen Norton (Fair City), Karen Ardiff (Brooklyn), Emma Barry (Fifty One Shades of Maggie) and Karl Bowe (Mr Ireland) navigate through a story of family ups and downs in the way only they can. This is a show guaranteed to have you laughing all the way home. A night not to be missed!

Middle-aged Barbara's broken-hearted when hubby Henry dumps her. But soon she's having the best sex of her life with hunky Zak, the much younger handyman who’s artexing her box room. 

Mags, Barbara's sister, played by Katherine Lynch is a serial singleton, who is addicted to Tinder and one night stands. What will her other sisters Donna and Marie say when they find out about Babs and Zak? And is Zak too good to be true? And what if Henry changes his mind?

Crammed with laughs, tears and songs like 'I’m In the Mood for Dancing’, 'I Will Survive', ‘Happy’ and of course, 'You Don’t Bring Me Flowers', this heart-warming, raunchy comedy about love will be your best night out this year!

Saturday 16 January, 8pm, €22

Neil Delamere


Following sold out shows last year Neil returns with a brand new show brimming with hilarious stories and incisive wit. 2015 saw the award-winning comedian continue his star turn on the perennially popular The Blame Game for BBC NI on TV and radio. Neil also landed his own weekend national radio show for Today FM and the hosting role in the new RTÉ 2 science series Eureka.

Now he’s back to his first love, telling tall tales and spinning side-splitting yarns about the events of the last year.

Saturday 6 February, 8pm, €24

Aprés Match

Following the recent success of Après Match of the Day on RTÉ 2, Ireland’s premier league comedy team, Après Match, is coming to play a home game in Ennis. Expect your favourite football pundits: Eamon Dunphy, Liam Brady and Kenny Cunningham and some other loved and not so loved characters including George Hook, Paul Durkan, Joan Burton, Mary O’ Rourke, Alex Ferguson, Martin O’ Neill, Giovanni Trappatoni, Gay Byrne, Johnny Giles and the inimitable John Delaney.

Get off the bench and book your tickets today to watch Gary Cooke, Risteárd Cooper and Barry Murphy hit the back of the net!

Friday 19 February, 8pm, €25

Conal Gallen:  A Laugh and a half

Ireland's ambassador of comedy, Conal Gallen is back on stage with his hilarious new one man stand up show. After taking over 18 months out to tour his hugely successful comedy play A Bit On The Side, Conal is back with what promises to be his best show yet, jam-packed with over two hours of hilarious jokes, stories and songs which will have you in stitches from start to finish!

Loved by audiences young and old, Conal has proved time and time again that he is Ireland’s funniest man, with his hilarious, side-splitting brand of comedy.

Friday 11 March, 8pm, €25

Des Bishop: Grey Matters

The fantasy of everlasting youth dyed with Des’s last purchase of Just for Men over a year ago. Now he is embracing the Grey and letting the wisdom of his years inspire his stand up.

Grey Matters tackles the issues confronting Des these days, returning to live in New York, being surrounded by other people’s kids, gender and marriage equality, the dangers of snapchat, dating a Chinese woman, the prospect of reaching 40 and most of all, after the documentary-style stand up show about his time in China, Des is looking forward to returning to straight stand up where he can riff about whatever is on his mind.