Craic Den Comedy Club – Colum McDonnell + Special Guests!
Friday 11th February | The Vintage Room | 8PM
Craic Den Comedy Club brings the best Irish and international comedians to the stage every week in Dublin city. As seen on their acclaimed TV show on Virgin Media, The Craic Den will deliver you a medicinal dose of laughs all evening long. New line up every week!
Colum McDonnell is a comedian and actor best known for his television appearances and writing credits on the IFTA nominated satirical RTE sketch show ‘Irish Pictorial Weekly’. He currently stars in the RTE comedy show ‘Bridget and Eamon’ as Eamon’s hapless friend ‘Fierce Handy Frank’.
Colum has been described as having ‘The intelligence of Arsene Wenger, the looks of Che Guevara and the accent of Jim Corr’.
‘A born storyteller, he really lights up the stage’The Scotsman
‘Irish Pictorial Weekly is splutter-your-tea-across-the-room hilarious’The Irish Times
A newcomer to the Irish comedy circuit, Elinor Murphy has quickly made waves, winning the “Best New Act 2022” award at her fourth-ever gig!
“A rising star…Absolutely one to watch”Bray Comedy Festival
Aussie Damo Clark has become one of the hottest tickets in comedy clubs and festivals. Winner of the People’s Choice Award at the Edinburgh Fringe, his last solo show toured all over Ireland, the UK, Europe and Australia plus guest spots in the US.
Clark has featured in Comedy Central’s Damo Does Edinburgh, Irish TV’s Republic of Telly, I Dare Ya, Comedy Central’s Seann Walsh World and wrote and co-starred in Virgin Media’s Craic Den Comedy Club TV series.
“The world’s wittiest machine gun”The Scotsman
“Clarky could just get up and say what happened that day and it’d be f**king hilarious”Jim Jefferies
Eddie is an established comic at all of Ireland’s major comedy clubs and festivals. Known for his cheeky and seductive wit, Eddie has toured internationally and his last two solo shows received two full sell-out runs at the 2021 & 2022 Edinburgh Fringe Festivals.
“Mullarkey has a warmth in his eyes that gives away his compassionate wit.”Mumble