The capital of craic continues to be abuzz on Saturday as we head into the penultimate but biggest day of the Paddy Power Comedy Festival.
And we’re really spoiling you with 12 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 Saturday we’ve got a monster three sessions, starting at 4.30pm, 7pm and 9.30pm, with over FORTY acts appearing across all four venues today.
We’ve got some huge names strutting their stuff on Saturday with Tommy Tiernan headlining the first set on the Bleedin’ Massive Stage before Milton Jones and Jason Byrne do their thing in the following sessions.
Full Paddy Power Comedy Festival Line Up
Over at The Craic Den it’s Edinburgh Fringe star Fern Brady headlining the first set with the American version of The Late Late Show’s Reggie Watts sandwiched in-between the Scot and Neil Delamere in the final show.
The Only Joke Inn kicks off with rising star Chris Kent before Deirdre O’Kane takes the reigns and improv guru Tony Cantwell closes out the late session.
The Comedy Cellar crew leads the Free Gaff’s line up before the evergreen Kevin McAleer and the excellent Gearoid Farrelly keep the good times rolling.
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’s already started!
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