Funny Women Awards

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Funny Women Awards

The Workman's Club, Sunday 2nd June 2019

Funny Women Awards 2019 – Come and see an exciting array of some of the best emerging female comedy talent in Ireland today.

See a host of brand new acts on their way to stardom – hosted by FW Awards 2017 semi-finalist Aoife O'Connor – competing in the FWA Heat for a place in the Semi Final. Your opinion counts as the audience has an opportunity to vote on who goes through. No winner will be announced on the day.

The Funny Women Awards were established in 2003 and have become a key fixture on the comedy calendar. The Awards have become an important launch pad for many talented performers. Past Awards alumni include Katherine Ryan, Zoe Lyons, Susan Calman, Kerry Godliman, Sara Pascoe, Bridget Christie, Sarah Millican, Rachel Parris, Desiree Burch, Jayde Adams and many more. This is a unique opportunity to see the start of some amazing careers as well as those in progress!


Date:
Sunday 2nd June 2019
Time:
8.30pm
Price:
€10
Address:
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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