Joanne McNally, Ireland’s fastest rising comedy star, recently finished a sell out run of her one woman Fringe show Bite Me which was nominated for four Fringe awards including ‘Best Performance’ and ‘Best Production’. The Bite Me excerpt published in the Irish Times newspaper was the most read article that day and the third most read article that week.
She also recently finished a national tour of her show Separated at Birth which she co-wrote with PJ Gallagher and Una McKevitt and in less than a year in the business, became the new co-host of RTE’s Republic Of Telly and also sold out her first solo stand up show.
Joanne has numerous TV credits to her name including The Late Late Show, The Tommy Tiernan Show, The Ray D’Arcy Show, The Seven O’Clock Show, The Afternoon Show, Totes 2014, Panti Does 2015, Ireland AM, Two Tube and The Commute for RTÉ.
She is a regular on the airwaves with a weekly agony aunt slot on 2FM’s The Chris and Ciara Show and also her weekly Mack The Week slot on Rte2fm’s drivetime Eoghan McDermot Show. She has also been heard on RTÉ’s Ryan Tubridy Show, Today FM’s Alison Curtis Show, Spin 1038.com’s Spin Talk, 98FM’s Ray Foley Show and 4FM’s Saturday Show.
She regularly performs in comedy clubs around Ireland as well as at many of the major festivals including Kilkenny Cat Laughs, the Vodafone Comedy Festival, Jestfest, The Bray Comedy Festival and Body & Soul.