Top comedians & drag queens break out their best celebrity impressions for ‘Klankety Klank’

Klankety Klank, a new comedy show featuring top Irish comedians and drag performers is coming to Dublin Fringe this September 13, 14, 15 and 18 at Smock Alley Theatre. This hilarious parody of the beloved game show Blankety Blank sees Irish comics impersonate local stars and global celebrities.

Audiences can expect to see the likes of Kim Kardashian and Tom Cruise rubbing shoulders with Bosco and Mary Robinson in this unique comedy quiz spectacular. The twist is that every night features different cast members, celebrity characters and questions… so anything can happen.

Already confirmed for the show are Ireland’s favourite funny people, Alison Spittle, Kevin McGahern and Edwin Sammon as well as legendary Irish drag performers Miss Taken, Lavender and Goblins Goblins Goblins.

The show is a collaboration between two popular Irish podcasts Sissy That Pod and Phoning It In, which was recently nominated for best comedy podcast in the upcoming Irish Podcast Awards. Both shows are available on the Headstuff Podcast Network who are sponsoring Klankety Klank’s run at Dublin Fringe Festival, this September.

Other performers scheduled to appear across the four night run include actress and comedian Hannah Mamalis, US comedian Erin McGathy and Belfast-born drag performer Rosa Tralee.

Tickets to Klankety Klank are available to purchase now at https://www.fringefest.com/festival/whats-on/klankety-klank – Tickets at €16/€14.

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