It's that time of year again, folks. From the 25th - 28th of July, the Iveagh Gardens will host some of the biggest names in Irish comedy across five stages. With over 100 Irish and international names on the line-up, this year's festival looks to be the best yet.

So, without any further ado, let's take a look at the talent!

Homegrown Comics
This year's Irish acts include (deep breath) Tommy Tiernan, Dylan Moran, Deirdre O’Kane, David O’Doherty, Des Bishop, Foil, Arms & Hog, Alison Spittle, Neil Delamare, Jason Byrne, Aoife Dooley, Enya Martin, Tony Cantwell, and The 2 Johnnies.

You'll also get the chance to watch homegrown talent such as Barry Murphy, Bernard O'Shea, Fred Cooke, Gearoid Farrelly, Chris Kent, Danny O'Brien, Davey Reilly, Ryan Cullen, Kevin McGahern, Ed Sammon, Abandoman, Dreamgun Film Reads, Fiona Frawley, Aoife O'Connor, Emma Doran, Joanne McNally, Martin Angolo, Shawna Scott, and Tara Flynn.

International Acts
From further afield, we have American stand-up Jim Gaffigan (Bob's Burgers, Being Frank), White House correspondents' dinner comic Michelle Wolf, writer and comic Jena Friedman, Josh Wolf (My Name is Earl, Chelsea Lately), Cameron Esposito (Mother's Day), Dan Soder (Billions), Tone Bell (Disjointed), and Catherine Cohen (Broad City) flying in to grace the stages of the Iveagh Garden.

They will be joined by UK acts including Sindhu Vee & London Hughes, rising Australian comic Laura Davis plus Loyiso Gola from South Africa & Danish comedian, author and podcaster Sofie Hagen.

Live Podcasts
Need a break from traditional stand-up? Why not settle into a live podcast show. This year will see Irish talent including Blindboy and Lindsey & Jenny from It Galz as well as stand up from Deborah Frances-White, host of the international smash hit podcast The Guilty Feminist.

Tickets go on sale on Friday 14th June at 9am. For full details of the event, visit