ABOUT US

The Best Comedy Club in Dublin, Ireland!

Ready for a night you’ll never forget? Come on down to Stitches Comedy Club — we promise you a great time full of live entertainment, with international & local  acts.


We bring in top-notch entertainers, so you’re sure to see an amazing show. Whether you’re going out with your friends, family, or that special someone, our fun atmosphere and good vibes guarantee you’ll have a fantastic evening.

If you are interested in putting on a corporate event with us, please contact below.

We are located at The Workman's Cellar every Monday & Cassidy's every Wednesday.

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MEET THE TEAM

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CRAIG MORAN 

Resident Host

Craig Moran is Irish Comedian that started doing stand up late in life. He was the funny kid in a family of seven, he was the class clown in school and was always the funny friend in in his cirle. All of this prepared him to do stand up comedy when he finally quit his bar management job and persued his dreams of being a comedian. 
Craig is a regular in all the major comedy clubs in Ireland, gigging with some of the best acts the country. On stage he is ridiculous, silly and has a lot of energy when he tells stories or he gets into a bit. He also hosts weekly Quiz and Bingo events in the city centre.

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ORLA STANFORD

Booker

Orla Stanford has been hiding behind the scenes of comedy clubs since 2007. Working in the Captial Comedy Club, the International Comedy Cellar and Vicar Street. 
Orla is our booker and is a real person.

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EMMAN IDAMA

Resident Host

Nigerian-born Irish citizen Emman Idama started his comedy career while still at school – much to the dismay of his teachers. Now a regular on the club circuit, Emman has performed at clubs around the U.K and Ireland including festivals such as The Vodafone Comedy Festival, Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Electric Picnic, Forbidden Fruit and Longitude and more. He has also appeared on RTE’s Republic of Telly and The Year That’s In It (in 2014 and 2015), and on Des Bishop’s This Is Ireland in 2016.
"Charming and energetic… panache and charm to spare." - Chortle

 

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