Craic Den Comedy Club presents Secret Headliner + Guests

Date: 27 Jun 2023
Time: 8:30pm (Vintage Room)
Ticket Price: €10-€12 BUY TICKET

Secret Headliner + Guests

Tuesday 27th June, 8:30pm, Vintage Room

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!

Julie Jay

Julie Jay is a comedian, writer and podcaster who has been taking the Irish comedy scene by storm, supporting the likes of Neil Delamere, Ardal O’Hanlon, Des Bishop, Flo and Joan and most recently been resident support act for Tommy Tiernan on his Paddy Crazy Horse Tour.

She has performed at Edinburgh Fringe, Electric Picnic, Altogether Now, Vodafone Comedy Festival and on BBC Radio. In 2019 she MCed the much acclaimedTommy Tiernan Showand is an RTE and Virgin Media regular. Former host ofUp to 90andCrimeland, Julie currently co-hosts comedy podcastTrapped With Fred and Juliealongside her husband Fred Cooke

A frequent contributor to the Irish Independent, Julie has a weekly parenting column with The Irish Examiner and has also written for The Irish Times

‘The funniest thing I’ve seen for a long, long time’ – Tommy Tiernan

Madeleine Munford

New York born Madeleine is an actress and comedian located in Dublin with a strong background in production and writing. Her dry sense of humour and hilarious stories have been captivating Irish audiences since touching down on these shores just last year!

Stewart Lambert 

Host of ‘The Very Small Podcast’, Stewart has just become a Show Me The Funny 2023 Finalist!!

Eddie Mullarkey

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 has just finished a sell out run at the 2022 Edinburgh Fringe with his show ‘An Irish Solution to an Irish Problem’.

“Mullarkey has a warmth in his eyes that gives away his compassionate wit.” Mumble