Class Comedy – Return to the Workman’s

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The Workman's Club, Saturday 15th August

Class Comedy: Return to the Workman's – A return to the Workman's Club Dublin with more top comics for this socially distant event.

Dust off your funny bones! Class comedy are back with a cracking line up of comedians! This show will be social distance regulations compliant. This will be a fully seated show. We are delighted to have the hilarious Emma Doran as our featured artist. The line up:

  • Emma Doran Alan Young
  • Shawn King Amy Walsh
  • Allie O'Rourke Shrini Kalwad
  • Felix O'Connor Kyle Philip
  • Dave Fleming

Tables will be set up in tables for 4 and 2. Organisers encourage you to come to this show in close groups to reduce number of close contacts.

Saturday 15th August
The Workman's Club, Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of The Workman's Club, Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland




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