Joanne McNally burst onto the Irish comedy scene in 2014, and in less than a year in the business, she became the co-host on RTÉ 2’s flagship comedy show ‘Republic of Telly’, and has recently hosted Presenter on Republic of Telly RTÉ2 , Women on the Verge RTÉ 1, and Soft Border Patrol BBC One.
Ireland’s fastest rising comedy star, last year she performed for a full run at Edinburgh Fringe Festival with her one woman show ‘Bite Me’. The show was nominated for multiple Dublin Fringe Festival awards in 2016 including Best Performer and Best Production.
She is currently working on her new stand up show for this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival and can be seen gigging across the UK and Ireland. READ MORE...
Joanne is performing her debut solo headline show Gleebag at Dublin’s comedy mecca, Vicar Street, on Friday 26th April 2019.
Ireland’s comedy sweetheart (self-titled) will perform her first ever Vicar Street headline gig. She has supported other comedians in Vicar Street before because she’s generous with her time and they needed her, but this will be the first time she can clean out the fridge in the green room without the staff asking her questions about where she’s taking it all, and that’s exciting.
Joanne is feeling powerful and she hopes Vogue Williams and Amy Huberman are sh*tting themselves because she’s coming for their emerald crowns, and if she can’t take them fairly, she will joust them right off their immaculately groomed heads.
Tickets priced €22 and are available here or through Ticketmaster and the usual outlets nationwide.
Glee Bag is going on a world tour! (To three more counties around Ireland.)
Joanne will perform her new stand up show in Dolan’s in Limerick, The Glór Theatre, Ennis and The Spirit Store, Dundalk In January 2018. Tickets available here on the website or from the venues.
Joanne is off to the Adelaide Fringe in February 2019! With two Edinburgh Fringes under her belt, she felt it was time to spread her Fringe and head Austral.