Wedding Entertainment Kilkenny – Live Wedding Reception Caricatures by Allan

Wedding Entertainment Kilkenny Caricature Artist Allan Cavanagh
Wedding Entertainment Kilkenny: these are some of the live caricatures I did at a wedding in Langtons Kilkenny last year. I’m very fast and there’s lots of banter with the guests so I have them well warmed up for the rest of the celebrations! I have some dates left for 2018 so please do drop me a line if you’re looking for a caricature artist for your wedding. I travel all over Ireland so no matter where your wedding reception is you should give me a shout.
Have a look at more of my live caricature work in the gallery below:

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Google Reviews for Allan Cavanagh Caricatures

Self portrait cartoon by Allan CavanaghClick here to see some of Allan Cavanagh’s recent Google Reviews for Live Caricatures and Gift Caricatures. Available for weddings and events all over Ireland. Framed Caricatures from photos delivered all over Ireland. Order caricatures online from Galway-based Caricature Artist Allan Cavanagh.

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Caricature Wedding Gift

Fun wedding gifts Ireland caricatures by Allan Cavanagh
This caricature was a wedding gift from the groom’s sister and had many funny references in it including the ferris wheel turning up in the background of the wedding! The caricature went down very well with the couple which is always a delight to hear:

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Tralee Wedding Entertainment – Live Wedding Caricature Artist!

Tralee Wedding Entertainment - Live Wedding Caricature Artist Allan Cavanagh
Tralee wedding entertainment in Ballyseede Castle Hotel, Tralee, from December last year. I think I may have been in Ballyseede many moons ago but it was lovely to be there for this Christmas wedding last year. The guests had a great time with me if I may say so myself, lots of laughter! Definitely all me and nothing to do with the mulled wine! I still have 2018 dates available so it’s not too late to check! Drop me a line here.

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Double Vision by Charlie Adley- Is there anything greater than a lifetime of friendship?

Modern man, Medieval man, Stone Age man Galway blow in cartoon
Cartoon from Charlie Adley’s latest column over at Double Vision. Charlie’s columns also appear weekly in the Connacht Tribune. This cartoon riffs on how long you’ve to be in Galway before Galwegians think of you as Galwegian. I remember hearing it was 3 generations when I was in college. Even then the blow-ins outnumbered the “locals”! Galway’s a warm and welcoming town and your blow-in status was never held against you!

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