Stephen Mullan, Gillzie Fitz + Guests! (9:30pm Show)
Saturday 23rd September, Doors 9:30pm, 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.
Stephen Mullan, one of Ireland’s most exciting comedy acts, honed his craft in the club circuit in London and having recently moved home, he has already shared the stage with the likes of David O’Doherty, Colin Murphy and Des Bishop. The voice of Love Island Australia, Stephen is destined for super-stardom. See him while you can!
“He has real talent.” Dublin Live
After diving into the Irish comedy scene in February 2018, Kerry native Gillian Fitzgerald has brought her razor-sharp wit and hilarious anecdotes to audiences across the country and beyond.
Gillzie has performed on famous stages in Dublin, such as The Comedy Crunch, Cherry Comedy, Riff Raff and the Comedy Cellar. Gillian has performed to international audiences in New York City, Madrid, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Gillian’s sets cover everything from being the forgotten child to the tribulations of dating in the Tinder era and scare tactics used by a loving Irish mother. As a recent finalist in The Laughter Games competition, whatever she’s talking about, Gillian has her audience captivated and in stitches, making her one of Ireland’s most promising up and coming comedians.
Ireland’s adopted 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