The Dublin Comedy Improv is back in the Workman’s Club tomorrow night. This features a wide range of comedy talent, with familiar faces from the Republic of Telly, the Savage Eye, Father Ted and others. It’s a night of comedy that can go in any direction, and will always be topical.
This is a regular event at the Workman’s Club, happening the second Thursday of every month. Check out the details below…
The Workman’s Club present
The Dublin Comedy Improv!
Thursday, 10 July
On the second Thursday of every month, The Workman’s Club will be welcoming some of Ireland’s finest comedians to our gaff for what will surely be the most fun you can have in Dublin, clothed or unclothed. Come join us on Thursday, 10 July at The Workman’s Club for a hilarious night out!
The Dublin Comedy Improv features the talents of Dermot Whelan (Republic of Telly), Paul Tylak (Savage Eye, Moone Boy), Ian Coppinger, Joe Rooney (Father Ted, Killinaskully), Tara Flynn (Moone Boy, Irish Pictorial Weekly), Kevin Gildea (Father Ted, The Works), Danny Kehoe (Republic of Telly, Moone Boy) Sharon Mannion (Roy, Trojan Donkey) and Michelle Read (not on telly, likes watching it). The show is entirely unscripted, based on audience suggestions, á la Whose Line Is It Anyway, and is 100% guaranteed to be “absolutely amazing” and “hilariously funny”
The Dublin Comedy Improv are the longest running (and funniest) improv show in town! Comedy festival favourites, they have toured worldwide, treading the boards with cast members of The Simpsons, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, The Drew Carey Show, and, of course, Whose Line is it Anyway. Their line-up is made up of acclaimed comedians, actors and writers who work together live on stage to bring their spur-of-the moment, whip-sharp ribaldry to the populace. This is comedy play-time with the grown-ups!
Tickets will be available from Ticketmaster – Priced €8 (inc. Booking Fee) / Doors: 8pm
Further dates: August 14th, Sept 12th
Keep your beadies peeled on our Twitterings for more: #WrkmnsImprov