25 Jan 2022

Sky is the limit for Cat Laughs Festival

No Repro Fee.SKY HIGH FOR THE CAT LAUGHS.Michael Markey, Head of Brand Marketing, Sky Ireland and Jane Russell, CEO, Sky Cat Laughs Comedy Festival, pictured at the announcement today (Thursday 6th February, 2014) of SKY's commitment as title sponsor of the Cat Laughs Comedy Festival for a further two years until 2016. The announcement comes as the Sky Cat Laughs Comedy Festival prepares to celebrate its 20th edition. Established in 1995, the Sky Cat Laughs Comedy Festival is considered one of the world's best comedy festivals and is much beloved of comedians both in Ireland and abroad. This year's festival runs from Thursday 29th May to Monday 2nd June and is expected to feature a bumper programme of the biggest names in Irish and international comedy to mark the milestone year. 2014 sees many major names return to the Kilkenny festival for the first time in several years including Dara � Briain, Tommy Tiernan, Des Bishop and Ardal O'Hanlon. The creative partnership established in 2013 between Sky and the
Sky have announced their decision to remain title sponsors of the Cat Laughs Festival in Kilkenny for the next two years.

Sky have announced their decision to remain title sponsors of the Cat Laughs Festival in Kilkenny for the next two years.

The festival, which will run from Thursday May 29 to Monday June 2 sees many of the top comedy acts return for its 20th Birthday Bash - like Dara O’Briain, Tommy Tiernan, Des Bishop and Ardal O’Hanlon.

Last year’s Sky Cat Laughs Comedy Festival featured the world-premiere screening of the first two episodes of series two of Sky 1 HD’s critically-acclaimed IFTA and international Emmy-award winning comedy series Moone Boy, in the company of its star, Chris O’Dowd, together with his co-writer, Kilkenny-native Nick Vincent Murphy along with fellow cast members.

The festival first made us laugh in 1995, and on the opening night a limited number of tickets are available for a special birthday show to kick the weekend off in style. They are on sale online now for an early bird price of €20. Full price tickets will be €32 and are available from clicking

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