Hey folks. So this site has been dormant for far too long, but we haven’t been idle. Andrew’s been writing and getting up to all sorts of other mischief, while Gareth has been performing standup around Ireland, and running a series of spoken word events at Exchange Dublin. Now it’s time to take the next step, and bring some of the outrageously filthy and surreal satire and whimsy behind this site and out other comedy projects onto the live stage. We’ll be running an event named after the site at Exchange Dublin on 14th of May, 2010. If the events a success we plan to make it a regular home for alternative comedy in Dublin, featuring writers, comedians, storytellers and visual humorists from film makers, to animators and artists. Thanks for all your support in the past, we hope you’ll enjoy a night of something different in Dublin: Dark uncensored literary comedy, in an all ages, alcohol free space. You can hop on the Facebook event here. Here’s the bumf…
You are cordially invited to the first ever Marshmallow Ladyboy Jesus night. An evening of dark and mysterious comedy from a variety of Ireland’s most talented writers, comedians and storytellers.
Our first event features comedian’s Shane Langan, and Ronan Grace; Milk and Cookie Stories star storyteller Tom Rowley; journalist and humourist Cian Hallinan; writer and publisher Andrew Booth; and animation from artist Sarah Devereux, as well as several surprise guests.
The event will be presented and curated by writer and comedian Gareth Stack, who’ll be performing material featured in Piranha!, Ladyboy Jesus online magazine, and the upcoming darkly comic novel Jackdaw Fool. Gareth has been described as across between across between Vincent Price and Stewie from family guy.
Expect darkness, hilarity and literary japes. This is not a standup comedy night. There may even be marshmallows.
Price is €5 / €3 concessions, with all profits donated to Exchange Dublin.