Stand Up Safari

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Episode 16: Season One Finale

In the last episode of season one of Stand Up Safari, the lads discuss the reasons behind breaking the podcast into seasons, the journey so far, and some of the key things that they have learned along the way. Season two coming summer 2020. Huge thanks to everyone who has come on the Stand Up Safari with us so far! We are delighted with the number of folks who have listened and supported the show to date.

One quick thing to note is that on this episode there is a reference to the corona virus which at the time of recording was not as serious as it has since become. 

 

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Episode 15: I Had One Good Laugh, Back in September Last Year

In episode 15 of Stand Up Safari, the lads break down each other's set's from two recent Dublin open mic gigs. 

 

Colman mentions an upcoming Comedy Crunch gig in this episode. It was supposed to be taking place on February 20th. That gig has since been postponed and will take place on alternative date which, at the time of this episode's release, was not confirmed. 

 

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Episode 14: That’s Why Racists are so Good

In episode 14 of Stand Up Safari, the lads chat with Kerz, a fantastic young comic from Dublin (who has been mentioned a number of times on previous episodes). The conversation covers a lot of ground including ideas on audience interaction, work ethic and where it comes from and an interesting method of remembering your set. 

 

Kerz runs Dantes Comedy Club upstairs in the Bachelor Inn in Dublin along with another Dublin comic, Danny Balance. The club is on every Friday night at 8pm and is well worth checking out. For more info, see the following social media links:

 

www.instagram.com/dantescomedyclub_dublin/

 

www.facebook.com/DantesComedyClub/

 

If you wish to get in touch, our email is standupsafari@gmail.com  

 

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Episode 13: Next Week I Invented a Time Machine

On this week's episode of Stand Up Safari, the lads chat about political jokes, where past sets went wrong and how Billy Joel could have improved his classic song, Piano Man. 

 

If you wish to get in touch, our email is standupsafari@gmail.com  

 

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Episode 12: I Debased Myself Further than You Debased Me

In the first episode of 2020, the lads discuss the positives and potential negatives of putting sets up on YouTube, an interesting exercise that Colman undertook in acting class and how to deal with hecklers. 

 

If you wish to get in touch, please email us here: standupsafari@gmail.com

 

You can follow Colman on Instagram here: https//www.instagram.com/col2theman

 

Colman's YouTube Channel is here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrJ_Vebnr-Y9t1fsHnn5LXA

 

Liam's YouTube Channel is here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-ZDFwfg2FBGoZbnRgMoU0w 

 

Episode 11: Riff Raff Rough

In the last episode of 2019 Stand Up Safari welcomes it's first guest, the very lovely Brian Gallagher! Brian has been at the stand up game in Ireland for a number of years and runs Riff Raff comedy club every Wednesday at the Chelsea Drug Store in Dublin. This episode is a little bit longer than others because the conversation was just fantastic. Follow Brian on instagram or twitter on @briangallahad. 

 

Thanks to everyone who has followed us on our stand up journey in 2019 and we hope everyone has a very Happy Christmas!

 

If you wish to get in touch, our email is standupsafari@gmail.com  

 

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Episode 10: He Just Transports You Emotionally to Bonertown

In episode 10 of Stand Up Safari, the lads chat about originality, Adele and a tense incident at Jesters. 

 

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Episode 9: Fr. Frank Sinatra

In episode 9 of Stand Up Safari, the lads chat about wizard suicide, gaining confidence and animal jokes. 

 

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Episode 8: Doing Well in Rugby….and Doing Well in Life

In episode 8 of Stand Up Safari, we join the lads on the way to two Dublin gigs with a specific goal in mind; only do crowd work for their entire sets.

 

Most of this episode was recorded in the car so the sound quality is a little lower than usual (but clear overall). 

 

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Episode 7: Taking the Piss out of Him, But Dressed up Like Him

In this week's episode, the lads discuss their latest sets at an open mic gig covering such controversial topics as Electric Picnic, Supervet and Michael Jackson. 

 

Following this week's episode we will be reverting to our planned release schedule of publishing an episode every second Monday. Episode 8 will be out on Monday November 11th.

 

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Episode 6: Thank God, a CBT Course, and it’s in Portlaoise!

In the sixth episode of Stand Up Safari, the lads make a plan for the future and then get derailed by a chat about CBT.

 

We will be releasing an episode every week for the next one to two weeks and after that we will be reverting to our planned release schedule of releasing an episode every second Monday. 

 

To get in touch, email us on standupsafari@gmail.com

 

Follow Colman on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/col2theman/

Episode 5: The First Thing I saw at the Fringe was the Emergency Room

In episode 5 of Stand Up Safari, Colman takes us through his trip to the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival where he saw some shows, performed stand up and landed himself in hospital. 

 

We will be releasing a new episode every Monday for the next 2 to 3 weeks. After that we will revert to our planned release schedule of an episode every two weeks. 

 

To get in touch, email us on standupsafari@gmail.com

 

Follow Colman on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/col2theman/

Episode 4: Laois is on the Up

In the latest episode of Stand Up Safari the lads talk about changes, writing comedy when you are not in the right headspace, and an encounter with a stranger on a train. 

 

We will be releasing a new episode every Monday for the next 3 to 4 weeks. After that we will revert to our planned release schedule of an episode every two weeks. 

 

To get in touch, email us on standupsafari@gmail.com

 

Follow Colman on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/col2theman/

Episode 3: The Reason I Want to Set Up a Cult is Purely the Sex

In this episode the tables are turned as Colman's latest gig at Jesters is dissected. The dissection includes Kayne West, his mum, and cults. 

 

New episode every second Monday.

 

To get in touch, email us on standupsafari@gmail.com

 

Follow Colman on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/col2theman/

Episode 2: The Audience are Idiots

In the second episode of Stand Up Safari, the lads discuss/tear to shreds Liam's recent set at Jester's comedy club in Dublin.

 

New episode every second Monday.

 

If you wish to get in touch, our email is standupsafari@gmail.com 

 

Follow Colman on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/col2theman/

 

Episode 1: I Got the Ferry Back

Stand Up Safari charts the journey of two Irish lads, Liam Kelly and Colman Hayes, into the Irish stand up comedy scene. In the first ever episode, the lads discuss their writing process', joke stealing and Liam's never ending Marks and Spencers bit.

 

The first three episodes have been released together. A new episode will be released every second Monday.  

 

If you wish to get in touch, our email is standupsafari@gmail.com 

 

Follow Colman on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/col2theman/

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