Inn Jokes

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Colm O'Regan05/10/2010Following a successful debut, Inn Jokes returns to the Patriot's Inn in Kilmainham on Wednesday October 20th. and another great line up is waiting to entertain you. In keeping with the tradition of entertainment at the Patriot's Inn, entry is _FREE_ and then we hand around a hat for voluntary contribution. (with a meaningful glance)

The Line Up:
John Colleary
This month's headliner is one of the most talented and funny comedians working in Ireland today. John writes for and stars in the Savage Eye - which makes a welcome return to RTE this autumn - and has played all the major comedy festivals in Ireland. Whether it's perfectly observed stories, cracking one liners or hilarious accurate impersonations, John is the man to get you laughing and slapping your thigh.

Robbie Bonham
Robbie Bonham is a regular headliner in many of Ireland's top comedy clubs. He also performs regularly all over the UK and has worked with acts like Reginald D Hunter, Jim Jeffries, Doug Stanhope, Brendon Burns, and Steve Hughes
Along the way he picked up the prestigious Dublin 98 FM's 'Best Comedian' Award, played Oxegen, Vicar Street and other festivals around the country.
www.robbiebonham.com

Conor McKenna
One third of the hugely successful Foil Arms And Hog sketch group, Conor is a very funny stand up in his own right and is quickly making a name for himself on the Dublin comedy scene.
http://www.foilarmsandhog.ie/

Colm O'Regan - Colm has performed all over the world, the Montreal Comedy festival, in the Far East and all over the UK and Ireland. Last year he made his Edinburgh debut. He's been on UK and Irish TV and is currently writing a weekly newspaper column for the Cork News.

www.colmoregan.com


How to get there -

Public Transport:
Red Line to Suir Road, walk down Suir Road for, walk in the direction of Kilmainham Gaol. The Patriots Inn is opposite the Gaol

Bus:
56A or 78A from town. Ask the driver for the Kilmainham Gaol Stop.

Car:
Pub is at the junction of South Circular Road and Kilmainham Lane.

Bicycle:
The pub is still in the same location.
Ann Moore08/10/2010I don't think the 56A goes anywhere near the Patriots. . . . . .
Colm O'Regan10/11/2010Hi Ann,

You're dead right - that was a typo. It's the 51B and 51C.

And for all Inn Jokes fans, the club is now monthly and has its own website. www.innjokes.com

Next show is November 17th with Gearoid Farrelly from the panel and many more. Hope to see as many of you there as possible.

All the best,
Colm