Two of Father Ted's most memorable guest stars come
together for a night of stand up and musical comedy.
The show also contains a "Lovely Girls" competition.
Patrick McDonnell played Eoin McLove in the episode
Night of The Nearly Dead
He has performed as a stand up all over Ireland and
beyond, and has been a mainstay of the comedy festival
circuit for two decades.
"McDonnell's stand-up routine is a delight, a cynical,
angry beast of a set
which never loses its comic edge" - The Scotsman
He has appeared in and written for many shows on RTE
such as Naked Camera, Stew, the Savage Eye and Don't
feed the Gondolas. Lately he has appeared as the character
Frank Fahey on Sky 1's Moone Boy and as "Martin"
on Bridget and Eamon.
"Impressive and persuasively tub-thumping performance"-
Joe Rooney was Father Damo was in the episode Old Grey
"Rooney is very funny, but it is with his guitar
in his hands that he becomes unmissable
His energetic mixture of stand up and musical comedy
and ability to engage with the audience has brought
him to venues all over Britain and Ireland and he has
headlined clubs in Moscow, Azerbaijan, China, Brussels,
Barcelona, USA, Dubai, Muscat and Bahrain.
Joe is also a successful actor and writer having acted
as Timmy in the long running RTE sitcom Killinaskully
as well as a host of short films. He starred in the
CBBC series Roy, TV3's Red Rock, the feature film South,
the theatre version of The Shawshank Redemption along
with Omid Djalili and John B Keane's The Chastitute
in The Gaiety Theatre.