Craic Den Comedy Club presents Sharon Mannion, Brendan Burke + Guests


Date: 01 Aug 2023
Time: 8:30pm (Vintage Room)
Ticket Price: €10-€12 BUY TICKET

Sharon Mannion, Brendan Burke + Guests

Tuesday 1st August, Doors 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!

Sharon Mannion

Sharon is an actor, comedian and writer best known for her role as ‘Concepta’ in the RTE 2 hit comedy, ‘Bridget & Eamon’ and for her work on ‘Republic of Telly’, as regular roving news reporter and one half of popular duo ‘The Receptionists’.

She is currently touring nationwide with her self-penned one-woman show ‘The Curse of the Button Accordion”. she also performs improvised comedy weekly with The Dublin Comedy Improv, at the International Bar, Dublin.

“Full of humour, warmth, and heart.” The Reviews Hub

Brendan Burke

Brendan Burke gave up a career in microbiology to pursue life as a stand-up comedian, and has since become one of the finest and most experienced acts from the Emerald Isle. As a regular face on Irish television, he has appearanced in hugely successful comedy shows including ‘Father Ted’, ‘Don’t Feed The Gondolas’, ‘The X-It Files’ and ‘Liffy Laughs’.

Having spent years supporting household names including Patrick Kielty, Brendan O’Carroll and Pat Shortt, he has now progressed to packing out theatres and arts centres in his own right, gradually amassing a cult following along the way.

”Suddenly I realised I was in the hands of a master comedian” – The Guardian

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