Wednesday, 9th April 2008
Tuesday 15th April 9pm Steve Cummins
Steve Cummins has been a comedian for five years and has been full time since January 2004. He has performed in every major venue throughout Ireland and has performed at the Edinburgh festival. He is a regular contributor to Hot Press magazine and other publications. Prior to turning professional, Steve spent the previous fifteen years working with the homeless, juvenile offenders and adolescent gang members from the Projects in Chicago.
Steve was the resident comedian for 98fm, Dublin's most popular radio station each Tuesday for the last two years and now contributes as a comedian and commentator for Newstalk 106 fm. Steve has also contributed to Spin 103.8 fm and Today fm. Steve has performed comedy on the BBC and is a panelist on RTE's Big Bite.
comes along and with his usual style of seeming to come up with things on the spot and each a crazier idea than the last. One by one people were coming up to me asking was this the guy that played, (Ros)Common people and I said yes! Emily had seen him on the radio! Wow! that was weird! He had been invited onto Spin 103.8 by Jack Kinkaid and the song had gone down a storm then, every time John does a gig he storms it and the guitar is never far away. Everyone was hoping that he might do it. Just when it looked like he was finished his set he picked up the guitar and immediately the shout went out from the crowd for Roscommon people. Is there ever a time when John Colleary doesn't satisfy a crowd
Tickets €15 from Catherine 086 234 8087 or Revolution Bar
A fun night out with Steve Cummins, above, (Laughter Lounge) & John Colleary, right, (TJ & TJ Today fm)
Tickets are €15 from Catherine 086 234 8087 or Revolution Bar
All proceeds to "Youth Release” working with the De La Salle Brothers and Sisters of Charity of Dire Dawa in Ethiopia.
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