Al Porter

Stand-up Comedian

Still in his early twenties, Al is one of the most flamboyant and magnificently irreverent comics to join the circuit in a long time.

His coquettish, sometimes brash, observational style is matched by a genuine outpouring of joy just from being on stage. Even the most cynical of audiences won’t stand a chance.

Al was brought up on a council estate in South Dublin, he tells the audience intimate stories of his alpha-male Dad and dumb Ma. There are Tinder tales and the woes of being ‘a socialite on a welfare budget’

Looking forward the man is pure showbiz, born to do it. Catch him if you can.

2016 saw him tour Ireland with his stand-up show Al Porter At Large: The Honeymoon Tour.


On weekdays he co-presents Drive-by with Colm Hayes on the national broadcaster, RTE while at weekends, he’s gigging at premier festivals like The Cat Laughs and Iveagh Gardens. He’s recently performed with comedians such as Jack Dee, Jason Byrne, and Ardal O Hanlon and he supported UK comic Katherine Ryan on her London tour dates.

Al was the youngest comedian ever to headline Dublin’s 1,200-seater venue, Vicar Street – selling out three shows this year with his outrageous stand up and live band! Later in 2015, he will embark on a nationwide tour of Ireland, including The Cork Opera House and The Galway Town Hall Theatre.

He is a regular contributor on Irish television and was the youngest comedian ever to appear as a guest on the legendary Late Late Show. He has also performed on The Saturday Night Show, and guested on Hey Ho Let’s Go and Next Week’s News; he also performed his own satirical news segment on Republic of Telly for the duration of its 2014 season.

Al’s regular radio appearences include BBC NI’s panel show The Blame Game alongside Neil Delamere and Colin Murphy; and he recently recorded a series comedy monologues for a brand new TV show also for BBC NI.


‘A 21st century Frankie Howerd and a future star’ – The Sunday Times


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