Marshmallow Ladyboy Jesus 5 – Jesus Blood Never Failed Me (Yet), is an evening of blasphemous experimental comedy from some of Ireland’s most talented writers, comedians and storytellers.
This months guests include:
Hugh Cooney – Ireland’s most experimental humorist. His often hilarious, and always disturbing videos and interactive art comedy performances have made him a hit in clubs and music festivals alike. Cooney’s art school background and outsider status make him the perfect figure to push the Irish comedy scene out of it’s zombie somnambulance.
Aidan Killian is a standup comedian and comedy teacher who runs one of Dublin’s most successful comedy clubs ‘Laugh Out Loud’ at Anseo.
Sarah Griffin & Lisa Keegan – Dublin writresses living in Galway. Together they host the teenage cringe confessions night, ‘Scarleh Fer Yer Ma Fer Havin Ya’, where performers compete to read their most embarrassing diary entry or cringe inducing teenage poetry.
Rowan Managhan is a career management consultant, and author of the book ‘Where’s My Oasis? The essential handbook for everyone wanting that perfect job’. He is a business man who’s mantra is ‘We are all cave-men in good suits.’
Alison Spittle is one of Ireland’s best young female comedians. Half traveller, half hyper-intelligent ball of self deprecating charm and wit.
Film maker and ‘Milk & Cookies Stories’ star storyteller Thomas Rowley is the man behind the new Storymap Dublin project. His anecdotes of romantic misadventure are helping to popularise ‘Moth’ style comedic storytelling in Dublin.
Past Marshmallow Ladyboy Jesus shows have played host to a variety of ludicrous performances over the past four months…
* Brown Bread Mixtape founder Kalle Ryan gave a lecture about his legendary life.
* Musician David Turpin read an epic poem about a Neanderthal falling in love with her kidnapper.
* Performance Artists Philippe Senouci vomited milk over the audience.
* Writer Kevin Gildea read the shortest story in the world.
* Roger Gregg’s Crazy Dog Theatre Company performed a musical detective story, with sax solos.
* Childrens TV presenter Damon Blake read the mostly untrue diaries of his fear and loathing in Amsterdam.
* Video Comedian Enda McNally sang his families theme tune karaoke style.
* Diet of Worms’ Shane Langan read from his ever growing series of imaginary novels.
* The publisher of Ireland’s first porn magazine told the story of its creation.
* Wild man comedian Enda Muldoon symbolically killed his wife on stage.
The event will take place on Thursday 30th September @ Exchange Dublin, Temple Bar. Tickets € 5 / € 3 concessions available on the door. This is a non-profit event, and all money raised goes toward the running of Exchange Dublin.