A “Snakey” Paradise Cabaret Special - SOLD OUT!

  • Fri 18 Mar
  • Times
    7:00 pm
    Over 18s
    More Info
    Double Bill ticket. Followed by The Craic House at 8.45pm
    Doors 7.00pm
    Paradise Cabaret 7.30pm
    The Craic House 8.45pm
    Sold Out

    A “Snakey” Paradise Cabaret Special - SOLD OUT!

    This event is now SOLD OUT!

    A “Snakey” Paradise Cabaret Special of comedy, circus, dance and music with the funniest weirdos and queerdos around.


    Roll up to Spiegeltent Beag for belly laughs and shenanigans where we'll be brimming with laughter courtesy of The Craic House and Paradise Cabaret, a one night only St. Patrick's Festival Double Bill Event.

    First up a “Snakey” Special from Paradise Cabaret.

    A whirlwind journey into a comically absurd, skillfully slick and ridiculously entertaining Cabaret.

    It's time to ditch the old Gods and embrace the cultural revolution of colour, carnival and chaos. Where frivolous entertainment meets serious culture and we blur the lines, blur the vision and refocus on a more fantastical and art filled future.

    Paradise Cabaret is built on a community of artists, performers, designers, creatives, all with the same thrill-seeking mission and fabulous commitment to performance, vibe and fun-fueled debauchery... welcome to the family!

    Hosted by the pompous and pretentious Cian Austin Jesus.

    Featuring: Brian the Magic Man, as seen in Blackpool & Vegas. Stand up from Leonie Pony... part time builder full time tit. Tom the Clay Head Campbell, gifted and dysfunctional (as seen on Britain's Got Talent). Headonbody the dancing absurdist genius. The Wild Geeze, vulgar, funny and almost naked. The Dirtbird, co-creator of the queer spectacular of madness SPICEBAG. Gaeilgeoir, nordy, queerdo rapping Cara Park. And the Gas Patter of Avoca Reaction, Ireland's premier non-binary drag entity.

    And of course our chorus line of the Ping Pong Girls, dish out choreography and sassy glamour.....pull up to the bumper baby and take a ride.


    Paradise Cabaret will be followed by The Craic House, at 8.45pm, featuring the longest running (and funniest) improv show in town Dublin Comedy Improv and two of Ireland’s greatest comedians Fred Cooke and Danny O’Brien.