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12 Aug 2022

Laughter at Gowna's Lough In Ball show

Brian Cowen's looking for confidence and Michael Martin may just have invented the Continuity Fianna Fail party, but there's no lack of confidence and effortless continuity with the Lough In Ball's first show of the New Year at White's Bar, Gowna, this Saturday 22nd of January.

Brian Cowen's looking for confidence and Michael Martin may just have invented the Continuity Fianna Fail party, but there's no lack of confidence and effortless continuity with the Lough In Ball's first show of the New Year at White's Bar, Gowna, this Saturday 22nd of January.

For their next show, they have the multi talented Gerry Mc Bride.

Voted Comedian of the Year 2009, Gerry McBride has been making a name for himself the length and breadth of the country, as one of the most original and hilarious new acts on the scene.

Spot-on observations delivered with precision timing make this Monaghan comic a name to watch

Supporting Gerry on the night is obtuse, social commentator Gary Lynch,

Gary has been doing the rounds for years, and despite being 'Dublin's best looking grandfather', he's looking forward to a great night in Gowna.

Finally, they have the all singing, all dancing Neo show! Neo has been one of the most enjoyable acts on the LIB rosters in 2010 and is always a hit with the crowds.

MC for the night is the Lough In Ball's resident comedian, Graham Storey.

Make sure you catch the show on the 22nd in White's Bar. Four Comedians, €5, sure ya wouldn't even get that in Fianna Fail!!

Doors - 9:30pm; Show 10:15pm.

Bookings taken on 086 877 2716 or 086 8338 739 or at gov13@mail.com

Gerry McBride ... in Gowna this Saturday night.

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