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- Category: Irish History Irish History
- Published: 14 May 2018 14 May 2018
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Comedy is a medium that has allowed Irish people to look critically at their society, to comment on deep seated issues, and challenged us to reevaluate our positions on many important issues.
|Brendan Grace - Week 1 June 6 2018
Brendan is an Irish comedian and singer known for his comedy schoolboy character "Bottler", the role of Murphy in the 1995 movie Moondance, and his 1996 appearance in the TV sitcom Father Ted.
|Tommy Tiernan - Week 2 June 13
Tommy was born in Carndonagh, County Donegal. He has appeared several times on the Late Show with David Letterman.
|Hal Roach - Week 3 June 20
Hal was a prominent Irish comedian. He spent over 60 years in show business, and was featured in the Guinness Book of Records for the longest-running engagement of a comedian at the same venue: 26 years at Jury's Irish Cabaret, Jury's Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin.
|Deirdre O'Kane - Week 4 June 27
Deirdre became a stand-up comic in 1996 and got into the finals of the BBC New Comedy Awards of that year. She has played at the Edinburgh Festival every year since and has played at the Melbourne, Adelaide and Kilkenny Cat Laughs Festivals
Cultural Center of Cape Cod, South YarmouthCultural Center of Cape Cod, South YarmouthWednesdays 7:15- 8:15 pm, June 6,13,20,27 2018Call 508-3947100 for information. Class fee: $75/$70 for members. $20 walk-ins.