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Irish Music and Comedy Show

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Irish singer/songwriter Mundy is one of a number of artists to successfully make the transition from street busking in Dublin to international stardom during the '90s, a prestigious list that includes the Frames, the Hothouse Flowers, and, more recently, Paddy Casey and Rodrigo y Gabriela. Mundy's mainly acoustic, folk-based pop/rock has been compared to Damien Rice and Josh Ritter.

Mundy signed with Sony subsidiary Epic Records, and released his debut single, "To You I Bestow," on New Year's Day 1996. The presence of Youth, founding bassist with post-punk pioneers Killing Joke, is notable in the Smiths-like bounce of the single, and he was an equally important influence upon the album that followed, the appropriately titled Jelly Legs. Shortly before the album was released in October 1996, "To You I Bestow" was licensed for inclusion on the soundtrack for Baz Luhrmann's Shakespeare adaptation Romeo + Juliet, alongside tracks by Radiohead and Garbage. The soundtrack went on to sell 11 million copies

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Joe Rooney has been making people laugh for the last fifteen years from places as far flung as Atlanta to Edinburgh, from Oman to Oslo and from Dubai to Dublin and everywhere in between except for Longford. Joe is also a successful actor and writer having acted as Father Damo in Father Ted and Timmy in the long running RTE sitcom Killinaskully as well as a host of short films.
He recently acted in the RTE radio plays “The Sperm And The Sound” by playwright Neil Flynn and “A Snail Called Sam” by Joe O’ Byrne and recorded a single “The Rockier Road To Poland” with Shane MacGowan and The Aftermath.

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Andrew Stanley is an Irish comedian and TV personality best known for his appearances as host of hit RTE 2 TV show I Dare Ya. He has also featured on Neil Delameres Just For Laughs, RTE's The Cafe, Podge and Rodge, Liffey Laughs and Tubridy Tonight.

Stanley has appeared at numerous festivals worldwide as both a solo stand up and as part of comedy groups. He has made ten appearances at The Cat Laughs in Kilkenny, including two sold out solo shows in 2010 & 2011. He made five appearances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with hour long shows.

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Internationally, Stanley has performed in Australia at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival[masked], the Adelaide Fringe Festival[masked]) and Sydneys Cracker Comedy Festival(2009–2010). He also took part in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow in 2009 and the New Zealand Comedy Festival in Auckland in 2010. He was also invited to the prestigious Just For Laughs comedy festival in Montreal where he performed alongside Ardal O'Hanlon, Colm O'Regan and Neil Delamere as part of the O'Comics show.

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