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INN JOKES WEDNESDAY NIGHT WITH DANNY O’BRIEN AIDEEN MCQUEEN MICHAEL MEE AND DONAL VAUGHAN


That’s it now. With the Clocks. The days. Gone. Hah? Oh Stop. Don’t be talking to me. We won’t feel it now. Yeah. Christmas before we know it. Yeah. Shur This is It.
If you have been affected by any issues raised in the previous paragraph then there is help out there.
Draw the nights in on your terms with Inn Jokes.  Kilmainham’s longest running comedy club. (Only comedy club I know but that is merely a detail)
We have four acts arranged in a square to help light the candle and then curse in the dark when it blow out.

Danny O’Brien
Danny has toured with Bill Burr when he was in Ireland, he has gigged all across Europe and Asia and was handpicked from the Edinburgh Fringe for the Australian tours and runs one of the most successful comedy clubs in Dublin. (On Sundays Mondays and Tuesdays so we don’t clash)
The last time Danny was here he blew the roof off the place and we’ve asked him back to close it up again.

Michael Mee
An accomplished veteran of the comedy stage, law-lecturer-and-solicitor-turned-comedian, Mee brings his perfectly composed jokes to the Inn.  He was described by Time Out New  York as “Woody Allen with an Irish Brogue” And you can see why here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PEWyr9YY9w&feature=relmfu

Donal Vaughan
It’s far too long since Donal’s Inn Jokes debut and we’re glad he’s back. Since then he’s won a raft – that’ the collective noun – of comedy competitions in the UK, moved over there and is not a regular on the circuit. He’s also a Edinburgh Festival veteran having brought his Science Magic show back this year where he sold out two performances every day. His wit is acidic, his jumper and jokes are blue.

Aideen McQueen.
Completing our square is teacher and gaelgoir Aideen. She’s a So You Think You’re Funny finalist, she has gigged at all the festivals in Ireland and the UK as well as a host of gigs around Europe.

In Other News TICKETS

Our Dublin Story Grand Slam is in the Abbey Theatre in just three week’s time.
It’s probably about 80% sold at this stage and will sell out so  get to here https://www.abbeytheatre.ie/whats-on/the-dublin-story-slam/ to be amongst them. It’s pretty much the kick off to the Christmas seasons and it’ll be over by 8 so you’ll have your culture sorted until the panto in January

For two free tickets  – reply with what’s the other street the abbey theatre is on – as well as Abbey Street.

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