Joanne McNally at The Glee

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Sat 26Oct

Saturday Night Comedy (18+)Glee Club Birmingham

Treat yourself to an evening of award-winning comedy! Four superb stand-up comedians that will keep you laughing until Monday.
All under 25s may require government-issued photo ID. (See FAQs)

Advance price

  • £22.00 Show Entry
  • £18.00 Student Entry + Food & Drink discount vouchers (dated ID required)
  • + £1.60 booking fee per ticket


  • Doors open 7:00 PM
  • Last entry 7:45 PM

More info

  • Seating type allocated
  • Food available yes
  • Minimum age 18

Joanne McNally, Ireland’s fastest rising comedy star, recently finished a national tour of her one woman sell out show ‘Bite Me’ which was nominated for multiple Dublin Fringe Festival awards including Best Performer, Best Production & the First Fortnight Award.

She burst onto the comedy scene in 2014 and in less than a year in the business, Joanne became the newest co-host on RTÉ 2’s flagship comedy show ‘Republic of Telly’, co-wrote and starred in the stage show ‘Separated At Birth’ a comedy about her adoption and sold out her first ever solo stand up show in Dublin. Since then she has gone on to perform alongside some of the biggest comedians in the business including Kevin Bridges, Dara O Briain, Rich Hall & Jason Byrne.

Joanne has numerous TV credits to her name including The Late Late ShowThe Tommy Tiernan Chat Show, The Ray D’Arcy Show, The Tonight Show, The Seven O’Clock Show, Totes 2014Panti Does 2015Ireland AMMidday, and The Commute for RTÉ.

She is a regular on the airwaves with a weekly slot on 2FM called ‘Mack The Week’. She has performed at all the major Irish festivals

including Kilkenny Cat Laughs, the Vodafone Comedy Festival, Body & Soul, The Electric Picnic & Longitude.

Joanne is also a freelance writer and has written for the Irish Times, The Irish Independent, Insider Magazine, U Mag, BASH Magazine, The Sunday Times and has her own column in Stellar Magazine ‘Jo’s World’.


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