An Evening with Paul Howard AKA Ross O’Carroll Kelly
Paul Howard is best known for the cult character who we love to hate Ross O’Carroll Kelly. The D4 has-been rugby jock is the protagonist of 14 books and a weekly column in the Irish Times. Prior to Ross, he worked for 16 years as a Journalist, first in news and later as one of Ireland’s most respected sportswriters, covering two Olympics, a World Cup and numerous major sporting events. He has won three Irish Book Awards and is one of the main writers on Irish Pictorial Weekly, the twice IFTA-nominated satirical sketch show. His biography of Tara Browne, the Irish-born Guinness heir who inspired The Beatles‘song 'A Day in the Life', will be published by Picador in October.
Join us for an evening with Paul Howard. You’ll be guaranteed belly laughs from a man who really knows how to tell a story!
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"Staggeringly impressive three-part harmonies and a savage, biting wit." Metro Scotland
"They’re funny. Simple as." The Irish Times
"Did ye take my pants, they were here in the dressing room earlier?" Chris, a man they shared a dressing room with, once.
"Wackily original." The New York Times
Al Porter At Large
Irish star Al Porter, as seen on BBC’s Live at the Apollo, follows up his hugely successful Edinburgh debut with a brand new show full of cheekiness, honesty & sparkling showmanship! Still living at home in Dublin, 23 year old Al has plenty of gossip from accidentally kidnapping his Godson to holidaying with twenty middle aged strangers! A feel good hour full of his trademark council-estate camp!
"A future star" - Sunday Times
"King of Camp" - Irish Independent
"Immense likeability" - Irish Times
“Clearly destined for arenas” – Loaded
“Makes McIntyre look like a novice” – London Evening Standard
Early Bird: €16 (book before 30th June 2016)
"Hilarious." ★★★★★ ScotsGay Magazine
"Infectiously joyful...A unique blast." ★★★★ Chortle
"Charismatic, a tad filthy and very, very funny." ★★★★ Scotsman
"Tremendous." ★★★★ One4Review