Andrew Maxwell, Eleanor Tiernan, Martin Angolo, MC Kevin McGahern
Andrew Maxwell, Eleanor Tiernan, Martin Angolo. MC Kevin McGahern
Eleanor Tiernan is an Irish comedian well-known among Irish audiences for her live stand up performances and her work in TV, theatre and on radio. She was featured on Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience on Comedy Central and has played Latitude, Glastonbury, Montreal Just For Laughs and all of the top Irish comedy festivals.
In 2010 Eleanor was one of the creators of the big hit of the Dublin Fringe Festival City West Side Story which sold out its entire run. She went on to create the innovative National Therapy Project in the same festival in 2014 for which she was nominated for the First Fortnight award. She has completed six runs at the Edinburgh Fringe festival.
Eleanor’s first TV work was with Headwreckers as part of Channel 4‘s Comedy Lab series. Following this she both wrote and performed in RTE’s The Savage Eye which received an IFTA nomination. Eleanor has appeared on Maeve Higgins’ Fancy Vittles, The Panel, Republic of Telly and performed stand-up on Tonight with Craig Doyle. She was the first act to feature on RTE’s flagship Stand and Deliver and recently wrote and performed on the critically-acclaimed political satire show Irish Pictorial Weekly. She plays Dolores in the RTÉ sitcom Bridget and Eamonn.
Eleanor lives in the UK where she enjoys making social faux pas and losing personal items on public transport.
Cavan man, Kevin McGahern began performing stand up in 2009 and since then has become a well-known face of Irish television and comedy. He can currently be seen hosting the panel show Clear History.
Kevin was the host of RTÉ’s celebrated show, Republic of Telly for 10 seasons and went on to present documentaries such as Kevin McGahern’s Fast & Furious and Kevin McGahern’s America for the broadcaster. He played the character of Sim Card in the popular RTÉ 2 television series, The Hardy Bucks which is now available on Netflix. Other television work includes, Alison Spittle’s Nowhere Fast, Finding Joy and Bridget and Eamon. Kevin appeared in the film Redemption of a Rogue which won multiple awards at the Galway Film Fleadh 2020. In 2017 Kevin starred in the film No Party for Billy Burns. In 2014, Kevin co-wrote the play The Devil’s Céilí with Philip Doherty, which won Best Play at the All Ireland Drama Festival.
Kevin is a regular in top Irish comedy clubs, in particular the International Bar in Dublin. He regularly performs at a number of festivals including, Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Vodafone Comedy Festival, Forbidden Fruit and Electric Picnic. In 2019 he brought his show Taking Off to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and subsequently performed as part of the Pick of the Fringe programme in London club 2Northdown.
Kevin’s latest TV series, Kevin Paints can be found on the RTÉ Player now. He also features on the improvised comedy animation, Talking It Out on the RTÉ Player.
Martin Angolo is an award winning Irish comedian who is a regular at comedy clubs and festivals all over Ireland and the UK. He appeared on RTE 2 panel show ‘Clear History’ in 2021 and ‘The Deirdre O’Kane Show’ for SKY. He has written and performed comedy for BBC radio, hosts his own podcast “The Substantial Meal” and has had millions of views weekly as a regular contributor of the “Try” Youtube channel. He has supported comedians Eric Andre, Marc Maron, Aziz Ansari and David O’Doherty on their tours. His own live shows play to full rooms at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and sells out all over Ireland, Europe and America.