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whelanslive.com presents

Tuesday 29th November

BERNARD O SHEA

Whelanslive.com presents

BERNARD O’SHEA

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“The depth of his freewheeling comic talent is obvious” – The Sunday Times

“More than any show I have seen this Fringe, I desperately want to see it again. It is O’Shea’s first show in Edinburgh and is endlessly delightful and surprising. Glorious vulnerabilities and fabulous impromptu raging that reminds you how extraordinary stand-up can be” – The Scotsman *****

Bernard O’Shea is a fizzing, iridescent ball of sheer energy; a fast-talking, fast-thinking comedian who invigorates a room with his presence – chortle.co.uk

Bernard OʼShea is tearing himself away from Georgia Salpa, Jennifer McGuire, Bernard’s News and The Republic of Telly Crew to do his first and only Headline Gig in Dublin this year in Whelan’s of Wexford St on the 29th November.

Bernard won the Harp Newcomer Comedy Award in 2000 and performed in the BBC Newcomer Awards the same year. He was chosen to perform in The Montreal Just for Laughs comedy festival in 2005 and also a regular at The Kilkenny Cats Laughs festival. His Edinburgh Fringe debut received a five star review from TheScotsman in 08. He co-wrote “TJ and TJ” sketches on Today FM and co-hosted the Breakfast with Bernard and Keith show on the Irish Radio Station i105107. More recently he has starred in “The Repubic of Telly” on RTE.

Over the course of his increasingly successful career Bernard has developed a seriously impressive body of television work including Liffey Laugh (RTÉ), Naked Camera (RTÉ), Just for Laughs/The World Stands Up (Paramount),Newcomer Awards (BBC), The Cafe (RTÉ), Touching People (RTÉ), The Byrne Ultimatum (RTÉ), The Republic Of Telly (RTÉ), The Panel (RTÉ)

TICKETS:

€10 incl booking fee are available online from WAV Tickets [Lo-Call 1890 200 078]

  • Whelan's, 25 Wexford St.
  • Doors: 8pm
  • Tickets: €10