Littlest Comedy Club in the World
Lantern Presents is proud to bring the ‘Littlest Comedy Club in the World’ to Wexford Quay!
‘The Littlest Comedy Club in the World’ consists of 12 seats, in a converted shipping container, placed on Wexford Quayfront, I mean it is nearly as funny as these brilliant artists?
An experience like no other shared with only eleven other people, be sure not to miss out!
.. I mean we even have the world’s littlest disco ball
Peter McGann is a writer, comedian, actor and director based in Dublin.
Peter has written extensively for theatre. He created, writes and directs the live comedy radio show Pulp Injection, which has developed a cult following in Dublin and enjoys sell out shows. He has co-written the plays Personal Space, Personal Space Vol II, and The Ripping Yarn Trilogy, a trio of alternative history plays comprising of The Hellfire Squad, The Roaring Banshees, (the most successful original show in Smock Ally Theatre’s history) and The Folklore Commission, which he and his trilogy co-writer John Morton are currently developing with a Bursary from the Abbey Theatre.
Peter’s television writing credits include Republic of Telly and Comic Relief, all for RTÉ. He has written and directed a number of short films. His feature script Caper was selected for the 2016 Galway Film Fleadh pitching awards. He and John are currently adapting The Roaring Banshees for the screen.
Stephen Mullan, Ireland’s most exciting new comedy act, honed his craft in the club circuit in London and having recently moved home, he has already shared the stage with the likes of David O’Doherty, Colin Murphy and head writer of Saturday Night Live, Michael Che.
The summer of 2018 saw him perform in Vicar Street, at the Vodafone Comedy Festival in the Iveagh Gardens and All Together Now.
Following on from the success of his debut hour-long show ‘Son of a Preacher Man’ at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2018, he performed it again at the First Fortnight Festival 2019 to great acclaim.
This project has been part-funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht Sport and Media from the Live Performance Support Scheme