Tigh He-He Comedy Club with John Colleary, Emman Idama
Thu 22nd June, 2023 Doors: 8:00pm
@ Róisín Dubh
Support: Robbie Bonham
Tigh He-He: Thursday night comedy with different comedians each week. Upstairs in Róisín Dubh. Gáire! Suas an Staighre.
This week’s special guest is John Colleary
Apart from being one of the most in-demand comics in the land, John Colleary has also co-written and starred in IFTA nominated shows, The Savage Eye (RTÉ2) and Irish Pictorial Weekly (RTÉ One). Other TV credits include appearances on Stand & Deliver (Live from Róisín Dubh) and The Panel (RTÉ2). A talented actor and mimic, John featured as one third of The Gusset Brothers on The Tommy Tiernan Show (RTÉ One).
John spent much of 2022 supporting Tommy Tiernan on his sold-out tomfoolery tour to tens of thousands of comedy fans up, down and around the country and later this year embarks on his own national tour - Loud & Colleary.
With support from Robbie Bonham
Robbie Bonham is a 15 year veteran of the Irish comedy scene. Though strictly a club comic, he has taken his act around the UK and parts of Europe, where he tackles the universal topics of relationships, addiction, and just the baffling dilemmas of trying to deal with reality, when reality isn’t all that clear to him. In 2016 he was one of the subjects of TV3’s documentary, ‘The Stand Ups’. He is also a published writer, illustrator and cartoonist.
"Quirky, zany, and, most importantly, funny" - Capital Magazine
"Pretty damn hilarious… A talented addition to any line-up" - ComedyEir
And this week’s host Emman Idama
Nigerian born Irish comedian Emman Idama has been honing his craft around Ireland and the UK bringing acclaim with his unique storytelling skills. He has appeared on RTÉ shows such as No Worries If Not, Laughter In The Eyre (filmed at the 2019 Galway Comedy Festival), Des Bishop’s This Is Ireland in 2016 and more.
Just for the month of June, the first 25 tickets for each Tigh He-He are a shockingly underpriced €5 in advance from roisindubh.net, or procrastinate and pay €10. It's €10 at the door too - although it’s usually sold out in advance, so pre-booking is advised. Doors 8pm. Age 18+. Line-ups subject to change.