What's On

Thursday 8 November, 11am, €10 (Teachers Free)

Ger Carey Live: A Comic Journey inside the Teenage Mind

Ger Carey is back with his hilarious stand-up comedy show for transition year students. By secretly observing his subjects in their natural habitat, such as leaning on lampposts, in chippers, outside chippers, in shopping centres and sitting on any kind of steps, Ger has uncovered the weird and frightening world of the teenager! The aim of the show is to get teenagers to laugh at themselves and appreciate the differences of others.
Please book directly with Ger on 083-1190024 or see www.gercarey.com

Duration 100 mins

Saturday 10 November, 8.30pm, €30

Tommy Tiernan: Paddy Crazy Horse

SOLD OUT

Back on the road again Tommy Tiernan has a new show. He rants and raves, he dances and acts. He tries to be very silly and very serious at the same time. He mixes a love of comic rebellion and a refusal to be conscripted into a rational view of the world with a deep grá for talking and the poetry of everyday speech. Using high theatricality and lots of dirty words, this is a fast paced and exuberant celebration of everything that’s wild, wrong and wonderful about being alive right here, right now. It is by turns clever and then really stupid. BE THERE !

Tommy writes a weekly newspaper column for the Sunday Independent, appears as Da Gerry in Derry Girls on C4, hosts his own improvised chat show on RTÉ and has performed all over Ireland and the world as a stand up comedian for the past 23 years.

Saturday 24 November, 8pm, €28

Pat Shortt: Hey!

Pat Shortt returns with his brand new show, Hey! Following his recent sell-out successes, and fresh from starring roles in the hit play A Skull In Connemara and the film The Belly of The Whale, Ireland’s best loved comedian takes to the road with his latest quirky look at Irish life.

Featuring brand new material and sketches, this new show is a rogue’s gallery of odd ball characters, bizarre situations and even a song or two! 
Hey! delivers a peculiar take on modern life that only the unique imagination of Pat Shortt could conjure up.

Friday 30 November, 8.30pm, €12

Gearóid Farrelly

Gearóid Farrelly brings his brand of chatty stand-up comedy to glór, addressing everything from Trump to decluttering and explaining why you shouldn’t toilet train a cat!  Gearóid has appeared at comedy festivals all over the world, supporting the likes of Joan Rivers and Sarah Millican in the UK.
To be an audience member in Farrelly’s crowd is a joy. Each joke landed perfectly…. impeccable comic timing…’***** Broadway Baby

Saturday 15 December, 8pm, €25

Foil Arms & Hog: Craicling

Please note that due to circumstances beyond our control, this event has been rescheduled from the advertised date of Saturday 8 September.

Former children and regular eaters, Foil Arms & Hog are back with the Irish premiere of their new show Craicling. The show has yet to be reviewed but when it is, it will be “utterly spellbinding” and “a triumph.”

Best known for their YouTube videos, (50 million online hits), their live show is what they’re most proud of. They’ve sold-out every year in glór since 2017, a run that must surely end, but hopefully not this year.

Quite simply, a sensation.” Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

Saturday 12 January, 8pm, €23

Neil Delamere: Controlled Substance

Fresh from a sell-out tour, the star of BBC's The Blame Game and Soft Border Patrol, Neil Delamere, returns to glór with a brand new show. This time he thinks he has that whole "illusion of control" idea sussed.

Then again he would think that, wouldn't he?

'You'll be hard-pressed to find a more gifted comic at the Fringe.' ***** Scotsman
'One lean, mean, comedy, killing machine.' ***** Herald

Tuesday 15th January, 10.30am, Students €10 (teachers free of charge)

Caith Amach É

glór presents High Rock Productions Caith Amach É - a smash hit comedy based on the Leaving Cert Irish Oral Picture sequences. It’s a fast-paced, physical, comic sketch show covering each of the 20 picture sequences for the 2019 Leaving Cert.  High Rock productions Caith Amach é has been touring schools since 2011.  It has been seen by over 45,000 students in 26 counties. It has been acclaimed by students and teachers everywhere for the inspiring students to enjoy learning Irish. It’s is suitable for students of all levels of Irish.

Cuireann glór an seó Caith amach é de chuid High Rock Productions i láthair.  Seó grinn den cheád scoth bunaithe ar an sraith pictiúr don Ardteistiméireacht.
Clúdáitear gach sraith don Bhéaltriail 2019 i seó bríomhar barúil agus spreagúil, lán le stíleanna eagsúla drámaíochta: Ceol, púipéid, idirghníomhíocht agus aisteoireacht fhisiciúil. Tá cuairt á thabhairt ag High Rock Productions ar scoileanna le seacht mbliana anuas, ó bunaíodh an Seó i 2011 tá Caith amach é feicthe ag breis is 45,000 dalta, i 26 contae ar fud na tíre. Tá clú agus cáil ar an seó agus tá an-tóir  ag múinteoirí agus daltaí air, mar bhealach spraoíúil chun daltaí a spreagadh i dtreo na Gaeilge.

“Bhí an seó ar fheabhas ar fad. Mholfainn d’achan múinteoir Gaeilge sa tír triail a bhaint as, i bhfocal amháin iontach.
Caitríonna McElwaine, Coláiste Cholmchille, Ballyshannon

“Ní fhéadfainn and seó seo a mholadh go leor”
Darren Breathnach, Coláiste Pobail,  Castleknock.

Saturday 16th February, 8.30pm, €25

Des Bishop - Take The Points

How hard can it be for a man to say “Point taken.”?!  Des Bishop’s new show tries to digest the incredible changes we have seen in society in the last year and a half. Me Too, Consent, Trump, The 8th... 

Everyone welcome; snowflakes, the easily offended, those who complain about people being offended, PC and non PC people, religious people and atheists. We all have points to take! 

Saturday 16th March, 2019, 8pm, €22

Jason Byrne – You Can Come In, But Don’t Start Anything.

A brand new show from ‘The Outright King of Live Comedy’ The Times.
The star of ‘Irelands Got Talent’, Jason Byrne is one the most exciting live comedy performers in the world. What he achieves on a stage cannot be adequately described by audience members, critics or fellow comics. Thus his legendary shows become a secret shared experience among his audience. Every night stars are born, friendships are formed, mascara is ruined and pants are binned. Don’t miss the chance to become part of this unique comedy experience but don’t forget to bring spare pants.
This Show is for Over 15’s.

Saturday 23rd March, 20.30, €12

Chris Kent - Looking Up

Cork comedian Chris Kent returns with his 6th solo show Looking Up.

Chris has spent the past year balancing comedy with being a stay-at-home dad and trying to grow a beard. He has also removed the word “mate” from his vocabulary as it takes too much effort to say in an Irish accent. 

T.V. appearances include the RTÉ 2 panel show Next Year’s News, The Craig Doyle Show and Conor's Dad in the hit series The Young Offenders. In the UK, he has appeared on Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central for Comedy Central.  On radio he has been a regular panelist for the RTE Radio 1 show The Second Republic and a guest panelist on BBC’s The Blame Game.  In 2010 he was the recipient of the Comedy Smack Down Award at the Galway Comedy festival, and winner of the Bulmer’s Nuttin’ But Funny Comedy Award 2009. Following on from being listed as “One to Watch” in The Dublin magazine’s “Red Hot and Rising” for 2012, Chris Kent was voted as one of the Top Five Irish Comedians by Hot Press Magazine in 2013.

'Compelling storyteller, truly surprising, beautifully delivered' The Scotsman

'Carefree comedic bulls-eye' Dubliner Magazine