Time to shake off the lockdown blues and laugh so hard your face hurts at The Craic House at St Patrick's Festival 2022!
Three nights of what Ireland does best …having the craic.
Roll up to THE CRAIC HOUSE for belly laughs and shenanigans where the Big Top will be brimming with Ireland's greatest comedians!
Neil Delamere has been described as a ‘master of stand-up’ by the Scotsman and a ‘wryly brilliant live performer’ by the Sunday Times. Best known for quick-witted appearances on myriad panel shows and his hilarious live stand-up tours, Neil is a regular contributor for BBC Radio 4 on The News Quiz, The Now Show and The Unbelievable Truth as well as Fighting Talk on BBC Radio 5 Live. He is one of the top acts working in the Irish comedy scene today, having presented Neil Delamere’s Just For Laughs, Eureka! The Big Bang Query and Republic of Telly for RTÉ.
Neil has also appeared on Richard Osman’s House of Games and The Michael McIntyre Show on BBC as well as The World Stands Up and Live At The Comedy Store on Comedy Central. He’s been a permanent panellist on BBC NI’s The Blame Game since the show’s inception.
In addition to writing and presenting award-winning TV documentaries on the Vikings and St. Patrick, Neil recently starred in the BBC mockumentary Soft Border Patrol, with his sketches subsequently garnering in excess of 3 million views online. He’s performed all over the world including at the Edinburgh, Montreal and Melbourne festivals where his shows have amassed multiple 5 star reviews.
The Irish-based, Aussie hurricane has become a firm favourite on the Irish, UK & European comedy circuit with his feel-good energetic stage presence.
Featured in Virgin Media’s Lockdown Comedy Specialin 2020 plus has been featured in Comedy Channel's Damo Does Edinburgh, RTE’s Republic of Telly, I Dare Ya!and Comedy Central’s Seann Walsh World.
Damian's latest show at the Edinburgh Fringe won the People's Champion Award and Best Show Award at the Neath Comedy Festival, which then toured Ireland, Europe and the UK right up until lockdown.
Clark now hosts and runs the hottest new comedy club The Craic Den alongside fellow comic Eddie Mullarkey five nights a week in Dublin’s city centre.
No two shows ever the same, catch this raw, electric comic whenever you get the chance.
"The world’s wittiest machine gun" - The Scotsman
“His sunny observational humour is perfect” - Three Weeks
“A relentless onslaught of crippling laughs” – The Skinny
“Bladder burstingly funny…unforgettable stuff” – Chortle
“Clark is incredibly likable…killer lines…endearing in the extreme” - The Fest
Julie Jay is a comic who has taken the comedy world by storm in recent months and already has many impressive accolades under her belt, including winning the Forbidden Fruit Comedy Search 2017 and performing at all major festivals (Body and Soul, Alltogether Now, Electric Picnic, Vodafone). She has also supported the biggest names in comedy, including Neil Delamere, Ardal O’Hanlon, Alison Spittle, has been resident support act for Tommy Tiernan on his Paddy Crazy Horse Tour and most recently has MCed the 2019 series of the Tommy Tiernan Show.
Her new show Julie Really Love Me explores her quest for validation, being childless in the state of Gilead, classroom antics, and guards. Yes, lots and lots of guards.
One of the most exciting new voices on the Irish comedy scene, her on-stage warmth accompanied by a sizeable side dish of distinctly Irish self-deprecation. Wry wit, neurotic ponderings and clever joke-writing make her an act not to be missed.
Grace Mulvey is an Irish stand-up comedian and improvisor. Performing the Harold weekly with Mr. Me Cocos at MOB theatre, Grace is also the creator of the comedy podcast Fad Camp. A finalist in the Vodafone Irish Comedian of the Year 2017 and highlighted in Funny Women's Ones to Watch 2019, Grace continues to make a name for herself as the winner of the inaugural BBC Galton & Simpson Bursary for Comedy Writing 2020.