School's out for summer, you may roar in your best Alice Cooper impression! Join us for a superb night of comedy at the BRÚ House Comedy Club.  Friday June 29th 9pm we welcome comedian Willa White plus special guests.  

Willa was initially discovered in 2006 by Des BishopJoy In The Hood was a critically acclaimed TV series, where Des taught stand-up comedy in disadvantaged areas in some of Ireland's major cities. Will was a stand out talent and the series, shot in Ballymun where Des spent over four months living amongst the most marginalised in our society looking for laughs and seeking out undiscovered talent where most would fear to tread! 

He discovered some class acts including Willa White, Dean Scurry and Eric Lalor, who performed at the BRÚ House inaugural event in April 2018.

Willa will be in good company on June 29th with a riot of warm up acts including the brilliant Gary Lynch, Kevin Doyle, Robert Coyle and Dan Hendrix who brought down the house in our April show. A genius on stage with a mix of pure wit, great stories and belly aching satire you're sure to have a great night out!

Tickets from €10 on sale now.

€80 Group Special for four : Includes a reserved table for four, two house drinks per person with a complimentary glass of bubbles on arrival! 

Limited seating, Doors at 9pm, show starts 9.30pm. Upstairs bar is open. You can make a dinner reservation beforehand through the ticket payment form. 

 Pat McDonnell at the BRÚ House Comedy Club May 18th.

Pat McDonnell at the BRÚ House Comedy Club May 18th.

PAT MCDonnell Star of Father Ted, Naked Camera and the Savage Eye is coming to the BRÚ House Comedy Club FRIDAY 18TH MAY, 9PM

Pat is probably best remembered at home and abroad for his role as the genitally-challenged crooner Eoin McLove in the Channel 4 sitcom Father Ted. Many comedians got their break on Father Ted and Pat still gets much recognition from this role with his infamous line "I have no willy". 

Pat has starred in some of the funniest scenes from Irish television. He is a star of stage, screen and stand up with Don't feed the gondolas, Naked Camera, The Savage Eye and Moone Boy which cements Pat McDonnell as one of ireland's leading comedians today.

Don't miss him at the BRÚ House Comedy Club, May 18th.


 Eric Lalor at the BRÚ House Comedy Club April 20th

Eric Lalor at the BRÚ House Comedy Club April 20th

ERIC LALOR at the inaugural BRÚ House Comedy Club April 20th 2018

Eric Lalor was discovered by none other than Des Bishop on RTE Two’s Joy In The Hood 2006. His first ever gig was filmed on his home turf of Ballymun in Dublin and broadcast to the entire nation. that's some debut!

Since then, Eric has gone from strength to strength and has now garnered a reputation in Irish comedy as a consistent performer, making him one of the most sought after acts in the country. His first year in the highly competitive world of stand-up comedy saw him win the Comedy Cellar and Capital Comedy Club’s Best Newcomer Award and crowned Irish Standup of the Year twice in a row by the readers of 

Eric is now a regular act at the prestigious Kilkenny Cat Laughs Festival, as well as playing the Electric Picnic, Galway Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, Portlaoise Halloween Howls and Iveagh Gardens Festivals as well as being invited to perform at the very first ever London Irish Comedy Festival.

He has enjoyed sold out shows and rave reviews over the years. He has opened for some of the biggest names in Irish comedy including Tommy Tiernan, Des Bishop, Jason Byrne, PJ Gallagher, Andrew Maxwell, Colin Murphy and more. 

We hope you will give him a huge warm welcome at the BRÚ House, 12 Fairview, Dublin 3.

One of the things that I am most proud of is knowing that we helped Eric to his true calling. A pure natural.
— Des Bishop
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