Live show online
Conor's 2018 show '...If: live at The Bill Murray' is now available for download.
Zombie Sketch hits 250k views
An animated sketch starring and written by Conor for the Channel 4 Youtube channel Mashed has so far earned over a quarter of a million views.
Irish chat-up line sketch reaches over 500k views
A sketch written and performed by Conor for The Hook channel has been viewed over half-a-million times
‘Highly Entertaining’ - Chortle
‘Delivers high quality material’ - The Skinny
'A skilled raconteur' - MumbleComedy
‘Very shrewd observational humour’ - Broadway Baby
‘Brilliant’ - GetReading.co.uk
Conor Drum is a comedian, actor and writer from Dublin based in London. He is a regular on the UK and Ireland comedy circuit and has appeared on both the BBC and the RTÉ New Comedy Awards.
A seasoned veteran of the Edinburgh Fringe Conor has brought several acclaimed shows to the festival including; All My Friends Are Dead, Nutjob, …IF and Solo.
He supported Jeff Garlin (Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Goldbergs) for seven nights at the Soho Theatre London and also at the Hollywood Improv and Laugh Factory LA.
Conor is becoming increasingly popular on the international comedy scene and has gigged all over the world from Barcelona to South Africa and Dubai. In addition he has performed corporate shows for a growing portfolio of high profile organisations.
As an actor Conor has appeared in several shorts, sketches and commercials. Notably in 2014 Conor went to New York as the star of the popular Irish comedy Scratch, which was named one of the Top 12 Short Films of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.
Conor’s voice has been used in animations, video games, documentaries and numerous campaigns for major brands including Disney+, Subway and Trivago.
Conor has developed a number of comedy scripts for different formats and several of his sketches have earned hundreds of thousands of views online. His writing has been published in outlets including; The Irish Times, The Metro, The Times of Malta, The Huffington Post and Female First.