Trio in CCCahoots at St Luke’s gig

Trio in CCCahoots at St Luke’s gig
Dominic McHale, Tadhg Hickey and Laura O'Mahony of CCCahoots in 'FitzGibbons' Budget Funerals'

The trio, who have made a splash online over the last year with their comedy sketches, will perform at Live At St Luke's this Saturday, May 6.

They have already brought their comedy to the stage in Limerick and Galway and will perform in Dublin later this month.

Before taking their show on the road, the group had been selling out monthly gigs at the Everyman Bar. 

More live dates will be announced soon.

CCCahoots troupe is a vehicle for Cork comedians and actors Tadhg Hickey, Dominic MacHale, and Laura O’Mahony. This trio has created, written, and performed all of their own output, which has achieved online and critical acclaim. 

That includes their web series, a successful TV pilot, and contributions to RTÉ's biggest comedy show, Republic of Telly. They have gained a large following online.

In recent weeks the group have been supporting comedy act The Rubberbandits, who said that they are "pure clever man. Irish TV could do with more of that."

Eddie Doyle, head of comedy at RTÉ said that they are "one of the brightest and most original comedy prospects RTÉ have had in recent years."

They are currently developing their first sitcom with RTÉ, due to air, Winter 2017.

CCCahoots have also just finished their first short film, and are excited to release it onto the national and international Film Festival circuit.

The short film, FitzGibbons’ Budget Funerals, is a mockumentary about a Cork family that has detected a gap in the market for affordable funeral services. The film is written and directed by Tadhg Hickey with additional material by Laura O'Mahony and Dominic MacHale. FitzGibbons’ Budget Funerals involves much of the team that made the multi- award winning The Young Offenders, including Mr McHale, who played the main antagonist, Sergeant Healy, director of photography Patrick Jordan, and sound operator Daniel Crowley. 

For more info on CCCahoots, and for links to purchase tickets, visit

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