We’ve worked with all these performers at Punch Lion in comedy clubs and kids comedy shows. We’re not an official agent for these acts but we can assist with any booking enquires and make life easier for you. You can follow all the acts on Twitter or Facebook at the names below their bios.
Writer, Actor, Comedian and one of the founding members of the longest running club in Ireland, ‘The Comedy Cellar’.
"'Quirky’, ‘innovative’, ‘creative’ and ‘pioneering’”
Marcus recently joined forces with Andrew Stanley to co-host the Showcase Show on Tuesdays in The Comedy Cellar. He has also supported Australian comic Jim Jeffries in Vicar St. and performed alongside Michael Winslow at the Grand Opera House in Belfast.
"I was weeping with laughter at one of his anecdotes. 100% storytelling banter in the Billy Connolly tradition, if he can keep this up I’d say he’s One To Watch."
The Skinny, 2011
Host of RTEjr - the new TV channel exclusively for kids. He wrote and starred in 129 episodes of 'Ready Steady Reuben' - a show based on purely physical comedy. He hosted 'The Big Big Bazaar', where he shows kids how to con the public out of their money to raise money for worthy causes!
"A unique act...brilliantly executed”
Writer, Actor, Comedian and Voice-over Artist. Appeared in ‘Father Ted’ and the award-winning ‘Stew’ on RTE. A regular performer with the ‘Dublin Comedy Improv’.
"Tylak is one of the most naturally talented character comedians Ireland has ever produced…a one-man Fast Show"
Brian Boyd, The Irish Times
Foil, Arms & Hog
A fast-paced mix between sketch comedy and stand-up from three superb writers, actors and comedians. Sold-out the Edinburgh Fringe 09 – 13 and appear regularly on RTEs ‘Savage Eye’.
"It’s original, well-written and really funny”
Actor, Comedian and member of the Craic Pack improvisation group. Recently appeared in ‘Moone Boy’. A finalist in the ‘Funny Women’ competition.
“…a faultless performance rich in indignity and passion”
A comedy music duo appearing on RTEs ‘Republic of Telly’. They are ‘Ireland’s oldest and least successful boyband’. Appearing in clubs on the Irish comedy circuit and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
"they are not just side splittingly funny, they are the comedic find of the Festival”