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Lee, Lock & Jupitus head up Galway Comedy Festival

An action-packed week of comedy is in store this October...

The Hot Press Newsdesk, 13 Sep 2013

Stewart Lee, Sean Lock and Phill Jupitus are just three of the comedy heavyweights primed and ready for this year's Bulmers Galway Comedy Festival, which takes place from October 22 - 28.

This year’s mouth-watering line-up comprises of Sean Lock, Lee Mack, Kevin Bridges, Russell Howard, David O'Doherty, Stewart Lee, Jason Byrne, Phill Jupitus, Omid Djalili, Andrew Maxwell, Michael Winslow, Neil Delamere, Eddie Pepitone, Set List, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Maeve Higgins, Eddie Brill, Colin Murphy, The Faulty Towers Dining Experience, Tony Law, Mike Wilmot, Glenn Wool, Abandoman, Barry Murphy, Sam Lloyd, Phil Nichol, Bernard O'Shea, Pappys, Karl Spain, Jarlath Regan, Stars of Father Ted, The Nualas, Frank Sanazi, Kevin Gildea, Ian Coppinger, Joe Rooney, Reverend Obadiah Steppenwolfe III, Danny Dowling, Foil Arms & Hog, Chris Kent, Eleanor Tiernan, Paul Currie, Eric Lalor, John Colleary, Fred Cooke, Aisling Bea, Colm O'Regan and Stephen Bennett.

Tickets are now on sale online at and or in person at OMG on Shop Street Galway and Supervalu outlets nationwide.

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