Galway Comedy Festival 2021
On Wednesday night, September 15th, Patrick and I attended the Dublin launch of the Galway Comedy Festival 2021 at the Laughter Lounge. Bravely seated in the front row, actually inside a venue, at a live comedy show was in itself something to be celebrated. Add to this the stars of the show – Karl Spain, Paul March, Enya Martin and Andrew Maxwell – keeping our faces smiling throughout the night, made for a very enjoyable experience. And a memorable one, because after a year and a half, we definitely deserved a good laugh.
And on that note, tickets to the Galway Comedy Festival 2021 go on sale on Friday September 17th at 9.00am. Taking place from Tuesday October 19th to Monday October 25th – you can read the full details here: galwaycomedyfestival.ie
5 Radiant Reasons to go to the Galway Comedy Festival 2021
… plus galway lingo to remember for your trip …
- Sure lookit, it’s in Galway Sham, it’ll be savage!
- A week-long festival of world class comedy in Galway, in venues like the Black Box Theatre, the Town Hall Theatre and the Roisin Dubh … it’ll be tome enough Sham.
- 45 Shows, over 7 days with 80 artists … You’ll have a whale of a time.
- And if you fancy treating your Feek or Feen to dinner there’s even ‘The Faulty Towers Dining Experience … sure you might even score!
- Live world class comedy acts, performing on stages, in theatres, in bars, in a ballroom, on an open top bus, on a podcast, in a ‘dirty circus’ and a ‘karlnival’ … Lookit, if you can go Sham, you’d be a real gomey to miss it.
Galway Slang Meanings:
- Sure lookit – can be used any time any where, usually at the beginining of a sentence. ‘Sure lookit, who doesn’t love a good laugh’.
- Sham – refers to anyone – man, woman, child etc etc ‘Alright sham, how are ya?’.
- Savage – brilliant.
- Tome – Cool.
- Whale of a time – a great time.
- Feek or Feen – Female or Male … basically someone you’d like to feek.
- Score – ‘get the ride’ … oh you’re not Irish … apologies it means have sex.
- Gomey – fool.
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