The capital of craic kicks into overdrive today with the opening day of the Paddy Power Comedy Festival.
And we’re really spoiling you with eight side-splitting shows across four venues at Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens from Thursday 27th to Sunday 30th of July 2023.
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There’s four stages at the Paddy Power Comedy Festival – The Bleedin’ Massive Stage, The Craic Den, The Only Joke Inn and The Free Gaff.
On Thursday we’ve two sessions – one starting at 7.30pm and the second at 9.30pm – with acts appearing across all four venues.
We’ve got some huge names strutting their stuff on Thursday with Dara Ó Briain headlining the first set on the Bleedin’ Massive Stage before Tommy Tiernan closes out the 9.30pm session.
Full Paddy Power Comedy Festival Line Up
Over at The Craic Den it’s the mighty Jason Byrne headlining the first set with Andrew Maxwell also on the bill. Neil Delamere and Desiree Burch then both feature in the late show to round things off.
The Only Joke Inn hosts Saturday Night Live’s Conner O’Malley first with improv guru Tony Cantwell in the late session.
The up-and-coming Emma Doran leads the Free Gaff’s line up before The Comedy Crunch take over and finish Thursday’s frivolities.
Tickets for the Paddy Power Comedy Festival, which is an over-18s only event, are on sale NOW and are sold on a show-by-show basis. So what are you waiting for – the action kicks off tonight!
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