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Bewley’s Comedy Hub- Paul Marsh

Fri, 19 Jul 7:30 PM

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Bewley’s Grafton Street is set to become a top comedy hub for the first time next month, kicking off with sets from two stand-up stalwarts. Experienced Edinburgh Festival Fringe comedians – Aideen McQueen and Paul Marsh – will get the laughs going at the iconic Dublin venue on July 13…

Bewley’s Grafton Street is set to become a top comedy hub for the first time next month, kicking off with sets from two stand-up stalwarts.

Experienced Edinburgh Festival Fringe comedians – Aideen McQueen and Paul Marsh – will get the laughs going at the iconic Dublin venue on July 13 and July 19.

Marsh, who works with Dublin Fire Brigade, first made a splash in the Irish comedy scene in 2011, when he won Ireland’s biggest newcomer competition in The Capital Comedy Club.

He has since supported some of Ireland’s top comedians, including Neil Delamere, PJ Gallagher and Karl Spain and published a book of one liners, Irish Dad Jokes, in 2022.

“I remember going into Bewley’s on trips to the city from Tipperary as a child,” he said.

“I never imagined I’d be able to perform a set in this cornerstone of Dublin history and I’m excited to help fill it with laughter.”

Marsh will perform his show 999 Problems, which he will then bring to Edinburgh Fringe from August 1-12.