In the latest Phoning It In, Dave discusses practical jokes that went too far with Elaine, whose friends made her believe that she was a robot, and Darren, whose wife pretended she was in the Japanese mafia. Dave is joined by his special guest General Casimir Kriska, the deposed former leader of Sokovia. Support the show at www.patreon.com/phoningitinshow
In the latest Phoning It In, Dave chats with Dermot whose wife has disappeared and Rita who can't find the 'parish pump'. Dave also speaks with a dentist named Lenny whose patients hate him. Dave is joined in studio by his special guest, Ireland’s most eligible bachelor, Enda Storey. Support the podcast at www.patreon.com/phoningitinshow
76: Hannah Mamalis, Erin McGathy, Stephen Bradley, Ro Carey
Phoning It In
In this week’s Phoning It In, Dave chats with Hayley who keeps getting strange packages sent to her home, Ron who is regularly mistaken for a celebrity, and Emily who found a treasure of sorts in her basement. Dave is joined by his special guest, a Las Vegas casino and nightclub owner, who is known by his many celebrity friends as Mr. Saturday Night. Support the show at www.patreon.com/phoningitinshow
Pack your bags (and your bass???) and just us and guest Hannah Mamalis as we this discuss the classic 'Camp Rock'Hannah's Twitter: https://twitter.com/HantmamPodcast Socials:Twitter: https://twitter.com/dclubpodcast?s=09Instagram: @dcomclubhouseEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
71: Kevin McGahern, Hannah Mamalis, Peter McGann, Ali Fox
Phoning It In
On this week’s video call Phoning It In, Dave discusses ‘annoying family members’ with Pat whose wife is driving him up the wall and Kyle whose brother keeps stealing his drinks. Dave also takes a call from Harrison who is sick of people talking about 'downtime' while he's busier than ever. Dave is joined by special guest Harvey Driver, an online talent scout who has represented some of the biggest names on the internet. To watch the video version of this episode visit: Facebook.com/PhoningItInShow
The Alison Spittle Show – Episode 82 – Hannah Mamalis In Episode 82 – recorded at HeadStuff HQ – Alison chats to comedian Hannah Mamalis about the patriarchy, Reviewables and Phoning It In, grinding on fairy forts in Connemara, Flossy Tops McGonagle, a string of pets doomed for tragedy, going to school at a tourist attraction, teenage politics, Republic of Telly, barbecuing in Stillorgan and haunted clits. Alison Spittle does stand-up comedy all the time because there’s no money in it. See alisonspittle.com or her Twitter for the latest. Catch her at the Edinburgh Fringe this August. Follow Hannah Mamalis on Twitter for upcoming gigs, including Dreamgun’s London residency. Come see The Alison Spittle Show at The Cork Podcast Festival and The Dublin Podcast Festival. So many festivals. Thanks to HeadStuff.org for hosting our podcast. They have a Patreon page. Please support them. If you enjoyed the podcast, do us a favour and leave a rating. It’s a big help. Catch you next time. Flamingo artwork designed by William Conway, email email@example.com. Theme tune by No Monster Club.
Stevo sits down with the brilliant, weird and wonderful Hannah Mamalis to chat about her upcoming show at the Dublin Fringe Festival 'Symphony of worms'Get tickets to her show in this link: https://www.fringefest.com/festival/whats-on/symphony-of-wormsFollow her on Instagram: @hannahmamYou can follow me for all my upcoming shows on Instagram and twitter: @hellostevo
Stand-up comedian and actor Hannah Mamalis swaps 'Here' by Richard McGuire for 'The Artist' by Anna Haifisch, leading to conversations about artistic anxiety, behind-the-scenes horror stories and homemade ransom notes. Join Club Valentine's Jimmy Kavanagh as, each week, he and another funny person exchange some of their favourite comic books and graphic novels, then get together to discuss them, along with any and everything else that comes up. Expect lots of laughs, loooooong tangents and in-depth analyses of our favourite books with pictures in them. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/club-valentine/message
Hannah Mamalis has been banned for life from a Chihuahua Cafe - this week on the show she tells us why. Also this week we find out why reviewers think Hannah's name is Lisa Richards and why Peter McGann is hanging around the studio and interrupting proceedings. This episode has not been approved by PETA.
Last year actor/comedian Hannah Mamalis joined us to review the sad time she spent in New York and why the sport of putting things up your butt is due a resurgence. Also this week - how do you Greek up a yoghurt? Can you become a CSI expert for 19 euro? And why is Edwin’s Butt Fest jingle a thing of wondrous beauty?