: (a) attack at night (b) odor (c) obtuse (d) representative 2.
Stand-up and TV comedian Hannibal Buress is bringing his Comedy Camisado
Tour to Dublin next week.
The event will raise funds to enable Northern Stage to continue to support and develop young theatre-makers in the region, and A Night Extraordinary will showcase some of the talent to come out of Northern Stage's NORTH programme, including The Letter Room and Camisado
It was a show that built steadily but insistently, with a few less essential songs in the first half (The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide is Press Coverage and Camisado
the exceptions) giving way to a fiery second half.
Highlights included Camisado
, I Write Sins Not Tragedies and the aptly-titled Time To Dance.
The set changed down a few gears with the stop-start rhythms of Camisado
, enabling guitarist Ryan Ross's punk-tinged hooks to come to the fore.
Another trainer missing was David Wachman, whose Border Cat captured the richest race of the day when beating Camisado
in the nursery under Wayne Lordan.
: An armed attack carried out at night or dawn in order to take the enemy by surprise.
Fresh from their much-lauded Edinburgh Fringe Festival production of Send More Paper, Camisado
Club returns to The Customs House.
Michael Halford's charge finished a close third to Basra and Camisado
, a long way clear of the remainder, and should be noted next time.
Kevin Prendergast, who has won two of the last three runnings, is represented by Camisado
while Jim Bolger said of the twiceplaced Galantas: ``He's well exposed at this stage, but he knows his job and has a bit of ability.''