Neil Delamere, Colm O’Regan, Eleanor Tiernan. MC Stephen Mullan

Neil Delamere, Colm O’Regan, Eleanor Tiernan. MC Stephen Mullan



Jun 05 2022


75 Mins
8:00 pm



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Langtons Ballroom
67-69 John Street Lower, Kilkenny, R95 XN44


  • Colm O'Regan
    Colm O'Regan

    As a standup comedian, he has performed all over the world and has featured on RTÉ’s Late Late Show and on Comedy Central.

    He has written and presents the multi-award winning RTE 1 Radio show Colm O’Regan Wants A Word since 2016. He is also is the creator of the twitter phenomenon @irishmammies with over 200,000 followers.

    Colm is one of Ireland’s most in-demand after-dinner comedians. He also MCs awards ceremonies, corporate communications days and has acted as a panel moderator, bringing an entertaining touch to economics in Ireland, Europe and the USA.

    He is the author of six best-selling books and writes a weekly column for the Irish Examiner and has written regular radio and TV diaries for for RTE Radio 1’s Drivetime, BBC World Service’s In The Balance and presented inserts for BBC World News’ Talking Business for three years.

    Colm is also a voiceover artist for advertising and narrator for TV.

  • Eleanor Tiernan
    Eleanor Tiernan

    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.

  • Neil Delamere
    Neil Delamere

    Award-winning comedian Neil Delamere is one of the top acts working in the Irish comedy scene today, well known to audiences for his regular television appearances on RTE and the BBC as well as his hilarious sell-out stand up tours.

    With stellar reviews as well as a number of platinum-selling DVDs under his belt, Neil has turned his attention to comedy documentaries, writing and presenting IFTA Award- and Celtic Media Award-winning TV programmes on the Vikings and St. Patrick. His four part series on heroes from Ireland’s past, Holding out for a Hero, was recently broadcast as part of RTE 2’s autumn schedule.

    “No TV camera could accurately measure the lightning speed of Delamere’s wit.”
    — The Irish Times
    Never one to sit around, Neil is also back in the hot seat with The Blame Game, the perennially popular BBC panel show, back for its 14th season in 2018. He is a regular panellist on BBC 5 Live’s Fighting Talk and recently appeared on BBC 4’s The News Quiz.

    “You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more gifted comic at the Fringe *****”
    — The Scotsman

  • Stephen Mullan
    Stephen Mullan

    Stephen began his acting career with Druid Theatre Company when he appeared in John B. Keane’s ‘Big Maggie’, playing the role of ‘Mick Polpin, directed by award winning director Garry Hynes.
    His film work began shortly after, when he appeared opposite Julliette Binoche in ‘A Thousand times Goodnight’.
    Film credits to date include Donal Foreman’s award winning ‘Out of here’ produced by Stalker films; ‘How to be Happy’ where Stephen played the lead role of Alan Kavanagh and the film was winner of best international feature film at the Garden State Film Festival; and the romantic comedy ‘Love Rosie’ with Lily Collins and director Christian Ditter
    Upcoming films include ‘Darkside of the moon’ with award winning director Shimmy Marcus; ‘Daddy Pig’ by director Kenny Leigh and ‘Black River’ with director Patrick Ryan.

    A member of The Factory’s actor’s studio, Stephen also spent a year on ‘The Programme’ working alongside directors Lance Daly (Kisses, Life’s a Breeze) Kirsten Sheridan (Disco Pigs, Dollhouse) John Carney (Once) and Shimmy Marcus (Soul Boy).’

    Stephen is based in London.

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