Tigh He-He : a pop-up comedy club @ Róisín Dubh

Tigh He-He : a pop-up comedy club

Thu 9th June, 2022 8:00pm
@ Róisín Dubh

Róisín Dubh Comedy presents

Tigh He-He

A pop-up comedy club, featuring the very best of Irish stand up comedy

Weekly on Thursdays from 12th May to 30th June

Upstairs in Róisín Dubh | Gáire! Suas an Staighre


A brand new series of shows featuring the best of Irish stand up comedy, over eight Thursday nights in May & June. Gáire, suas an staighre in Róisín Dubh. Commencing on Thursday May 12th and running until Thursday June 30th, 

The shows will feature some of the finest stand up comedians on our little island, including Micky Bartlett, Sean Hegarty, John Colleary, Karl Spain, Enya Martin, Emma Doran, Andrew Ryan and Eric Lalor. Each night will also feature some of the country’s rising stars and a different host each week. 

Tickets only €5 in advance, or procrastinate and pay €8 at the door 

This series is supported by Galway City Council and The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media


June 9th

Enya Martin

Dublin native Enya Martin has successfully made the transition from writing and creating hugely popular online videos to knocking them dead on the live comedy circuit. After over 60 million online views through her ‘Giz a Laugh’ social media,  Enya’s first comedy sketch show “Giz a Laugh Live” sold out Vicar Street for three nights. Her stand up comedy features Enya's sharp eyed observations from her madcap life.


With support from

Aideen McQueen

Aideen is one of Ireland’s top female stand-ups, having reached the final of the ‘Funny Funny’ comedy competition after just her third gig. She also reached the semi-finals of the national new act competition ‘So You Think You’re Funny?’ held at the Edinburgh Festival in 2014.

“Aideen McQueen is one of Ireland's top female stand ups” - International Comedy 

& Conor McDermott


Hosted by Edwin Sammon

Edwin Sammon has firmly established himself as one of the most popular comedians in the country. His unpredictable and crowd-pleasing style saw him win the Tedfest best comedian award in 2011 and led to him supporting the likes of Jason Byrne, Phill Jupitus and Ardal O'Hanlon while performing at major festivals and comedy clubs across Ireland and the U.K. 

In 2013 he was part of the sold out nationwide "Lads Of Comedy" tour and then came to national attention as Fr. Gabriel in the award winning "Bridget and Eamon" and as co-presenter on  "Republic Of Telly". 

"Edwin was the find of the night with perfectly described imagery which should offer something for everyone" - Chortle.co.uk

"Brilliantly written, wonderfully performed" - Totally Dublin