Lift your spirits and soothe your soul with fun, laughter, storytelling and comedy along with a dash of psychotherapy!
Enjoy this all female line-up in the cosy and historic setting of Smock Alley Theatre in the heart of Dublin’s Old City.
Expect 100% pure comic mayhem.
One day only!
Artists include comedians Aideen McQueen, Josephine Lacy, Kate Feeney, Mags McHugh and more.
Music by Emileo.
TICKETS €22 | €20 concession (student/OAP/unwaged) Matinee €18 | €16 concession (student/OAP/unwaged)
RUNNING TIME 2 hours including an interval
Aideen McQueen – Comedian
Spontaneous (in the losing her keys rather the kitesurfing way), Aideen McQueen is one of the brightest sparks in the new generation of Irish comics. She’s sassy, sexy, saucy and most importantly, side-splitingly funny. Aideen appears regularly on RTE, TG4, BBC Northern Ireland and BBC Radio 4. She has performed at many festivals including The Vodafone Comedy Festival, Electric Picnic Festival and Prague Comedy Festival. She recently had two sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Marguerite Tonery – Psychologist/Mindfulness Teacher
Marguerite Tonery is the owner of the award-winning book publisher Tribes Press which also has the title of Ireland’s first multi-lingual publisher. She is also the owner of Tribes Art House in Galway City. She is both a biochemist and a health psychologist and has worked with both national international clients to help them achieve their life goals. She has recently released her new journal called The Transformation Journal that aims to set you on your path to your own desired goals.
Miriame Belusi – Comedian
Miriame is a Brazilian non-binary living in Ireland. Blending LGBTQ+ insights, cultural humour, and personal experiences in comedy. Offstage, a comedy-loving, laughter addict and nerdy soul, exploring Ireland’s charm and em-bracing personal authenticity.
Mags McHugh – Comedian
Mags has performed comedy all over Ireland. She was ‘Funny Woman Dublin’ finalist in 2017. She appeared on John Holmes Naked Lunch on BBC radio and in phone in characters. Mags has performed in Edinburgh Fringe received 4 stars for shows Snack Chat and Blacksheep in 2019. Now living in London and Ireland, she came runner-up in ‘Not So New Comedian of the Year’ 2022.
Josephine Lacey – Comedian
Drawing on her Jamaican-Irish heritage and life experiences, Jospehine delivers her material with an honest humour and a natural raw energy with the guile and wisdom of someone that’s been there, done it and bought the t-shirt. She delivers her material with an effortless charm and huge smile that leaves audiences loving her and wanting more. Her performances at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2010 & 2011 made a huge impact on audiences and promoters alike leaving her comedy voice in great demand. In 2013 Josephine penned her first one woman show Me and My Little Einstein about living and raising an autistic, non-verbal child which gained much interest and left audiences throughout England and Ireland in stitches. 2021 saw the release of her second solo show Autism Mama and Puberty, selling out the the fabulous Soho Theatre in the process.
Emileo – Music
Emileo was born in Berlin, moved to Spain at 16 before heading south to the romantic and mystical terrain of Morocco. She won the inaugural Sinead O’Connor Scholarship at the BIMM Institute Dublin in 2020. Emileo came to industry attention immediately with her self-released debut EP ‘Lord of the Fish’ in the summer of 2021 before being invited to perform at Ireland Music Week 2021. She has been personally invited by artists such as Mundy and Tolü Makay to support them around Ireland and performed in Dublin’s landmark Olympia Theatre and Cork’s Opera House as special guest to Tori Amos in 2022.