The Fear's Ross Brown @ Comedy Clubh

Browne described as "lively and very funny, an absolute treat to watch" by Pat Shortt

ROSS BROWNE, a star of RTE’s The Fear, and the comedian described by the great Pat Shortt as "lively and very funny, an absolute treat to watch", headlines this week's Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.

Corkonian Browne is known among audiences and comedians as one of the best live acts in the country. He became a household name starring in RTE's The Fear as the characters Jimmy, Bad Bouncer, Sergeant Major, and Dolf. Hugely popular on telly and on YouTube, the show is now in its fourth season. Browne backs his razor sharp stand-up material with energy, wit, and on the ball impressions.

Also on the bill is David Reilly, known for his popular YouTube channel Facts and his hit Edinburgh show, Dysmorphin Time. Rich Hall called him “the future of Irish comedy.” Support is from Mike Morgan. The MC is Steve Bennett.

Ross Brown is at the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow. Doors are 9pm. Tickets are €10 in advance from Róisín Dubh; OMG@Zhivago Shop Street; and; or €12.50 at the door.


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