Galway is comedy central this October with the first fully in-person, no restrictions necessary, post-pandemic Galway Comedy Festival in two-and a half years.
Dylan Moran, Tommy Tiernan, Daniel Sloss, Jimeoin, Deirdre O’Kane, Kevin McAleer, Rich Hall, Reginald D Hunter, Ardal O’Hanlon, Bobby Davro, Rory’s Stories, Gary Delaney, Andrew Maxwell, Colin Murphy, and Emma Doran are among the 100-strong line-up of Irish comedy greats, international stars, and emerging talent who will performing at over 60 shows, across 17 venues, from Tuesday 25 to Monday 31 October.
Galway city is back in full swing and ready to live and laugh to the full, and the festival gets off to a flying start in Leisureland, Salthill, with two greats of Irish comedy – Dylan Moran and Tommy Tiernan – and the ascending star of Scotland’s Daniel Sloss.
Galway Comedy Festival is one of the key events in the city’s cultural calendar. For seven days, the city will become a place of mirth, mischief, and “carefully curated craic”, boasting an array of solo shows, and tremendous mixed bill nights.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 16th September 10am through