Multi award winning comedian Niamh Marron, has supported PJ Gallagher, Luisa Omielan, David Mc Savage, Al Porter, Foil, Arms & Hog and Gearoid Farrelly.
“Consistently excellent ” - Hot Press Magazine
She was 1 of 3 comedians chosen to perform in the infamous Vicar St venue for 'Dublin Does Comic Relief', and later again in the same venue along side comic legends Eddie Izzard, Tommy Tiernan and Dara O'Briain.
In 2012 Niamh performed in Leicester Square Theatre, London and proved a firm favourite with both the crowd and judges alike. She claimed her place and prize as runner up in The Funny Women Awards.
"Her fast and furious style wowed the judges” - Funny Women Magazine
In 2013 Niamh almost made it through to Britain's Got Talent Live semi-finals in London. She performed in front of 4,000 people in the SECC arena in Scotland and received 4 yes's from the judges.
“Risky, Edgy and a very naughty girl” - Simon Cowell, Britain’s Got Talent
In the same year, Niamh was voted straight through by the judges as a finalist in the RTE New Comedy Awards.
"A live wire, inside a firework, on top of a volcano" - RTE New Comedy Awards
Chosen by UK's top comic Jason Manford, she co hosted his very popular Absolute Radio show.
In 2014 Niamh went on tour around Ireland with her 1hour solo show 'Marronated'. In 2015 she took this show to The Edinburgh Fringe festival and sold out with it at the Omagh Laughs Back Festival. Her new 1 hour show at The Barcelona Guiriness Festival was a sell out and received rave reviews this year.
"Niamh managed to make most people cry with laughter & scared the hell out of the others" - The CO Club
In 2016 she appeared on the popular RTE series 'Bridget and Eamon' as a culchie model. She was also one of the most featured comedians on RTE's 'Doctor Pixies Sex Clinic' and created a memorable experience for the young boy in the front row, with her version of "The Whisk".
She was part of the much anticipated TV3 documentary show 'The Stand Up's' which showed the journey of Irish comedians working the comedy circuit. Niamh appeared regularly on RTE's Republic of Telly sketches. The most loved sketch was from Foil, Arms & Hog with 'The Apartment Games'.
She has written for Channel 4 Comedy, BBC1 and BBC3. Also making it to the print world, Niamh had a popular monthly column in the Sligo Weekender. Now she is a contributor to Headstuff.org.
Niamh wrote her own play 'Living on the Edge' and performed it in The Samuel Beckett Theatre, Trinity, as part of the Cultural Comedy Buffet - Laughter in our Bones.
In 2017 Niamh moved to London and has been gighing more than ever before.
"Effective bit of rambunctiousness ..... required the MC to calm the room's energy for the next act" Chortle
"Jokes like a machine gun" - The Empire Comedy Club
“Bubbly and fast talking, The night ended on a high” - Entertainment.ie
"Highly entertaining & funny" - The CO Club
“Niamh Marron combines frenetic delivery with her apparent innocent demeanour, getting away with her saucy material" Funny Women Magazine
Winning many awards including;
Show Me The Funny,
Kusanta Comedy God,
Angelic Banana Smackdown,
Tallaght Comedy Night.
Runner up of the prestigious UK’s Funny Women Awards in London and Daly's Comedy Competition, Omagh.
Finalist of RTE’s New Comedy Awards and Bulmers Nothing But Funny.
(TV3) - Britain's Got Talent, Things We Love and Hate, The Stand Up's, Ireland AM, 2014 The Year in Review, Take Me Out, Late Lunch Live, The Seven O Clock Show.
(RTE) - New Comedy Awards, Bridget & Eamon, Republic of Telly, Doctor Pixie's Sex Clinic, Hey Ho Let's Go, Podge & Rodge, Neil Delamere's -Holding Out for a Hero, Reality Bites with Jennifer Maguire, The Warehouse, The Today Show with Maura & Dathi, Gay Nation and Red TV.
(Sky One Arts) Comedy shorts.
(BBCNI)– Monumental Panel Show.
Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Electric Picnic (Laois), Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Guiriness (Barcelona), Iveagh Gardens, Longitude, Forbidden Fruit Festival (Dublin), Indiependence (Cork), Body & Soul (Westmeath), Glasgowbury (Derry), Jest Fest (Wexford), Tanglewood (Newry) and Laverys Day Fest (Belfast).
Phantom 105.2, RTEradio1, Absolute Radio, 103.2, Dublin City FM, Spin 103.8, Ocean FM, 4FM, Dublin South FM, Beat Fm.