…in fact it’s here. I’ve loved every second of the Taranoia podcast, but it’s time for new things. You can read about the wind down and find existing episodes here. Thanks for listening, sharing, and see you at the new things! Tara x
This is about something that happened to me. But it’s not about me. It’s about a system. Years ago, I sat in a London café with a pal who is much better known than me – a man – and told him not to worry about trolls. I feel so sorry now. If you’re reading … Continued
Welcome to Tara Flynn’s website
Tara Flynn is an Irish actress, voice artist & writer. She’s also a comedy improviser and columnist. You may have seen her in Line of Duty, Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle, The Omid Djalili Show, Moone Boy, Thank God You’re Here UK or Irish Pictorial Weekly – or you may have heard her on the radio.
She’s the author of Rage-In: the Trolls and Tribulations of Modern Life (Mercier Press), You’re Grand: the Irishwoman’s Secret Guide to Life and Giving Out Yards: the Art of Complaint, Irish Style (Hachette Books Ireland).
Tara is NOT the flame-haired fictional character OR the 80s porn star of the same name. Sorry if you were looking for either of them.
Is this the Tara Flynn you are looking for?
Then come on in…
“Deserves to be a far bigger star than she already is …”
– One4Review ★★★★
“… jarringly surreal and inventively silly. It’s the Boosh-like oddity that clinches it”
– Andrew Collins
“Delightful set of musical comedy … wonderfully twisted … had her audience in stitches … well worth seeing”
“Well written and funny … very entertaining”
– Australian Comedy Review
“Reminds me of NYC Antifolker Phoebe Kreutz – both play ‘funny songs’ but through the sub-text and performance style reveal a vulnerability and open-approach to life that elevates their work and makes what they do as valid as so-called ‘regular songs’. Smart, funny and a real treat!”
“… refreshingly testosterone-free comedy zone that still has balls …”
– The Stage
“You could listen to the lovely Ms Flynn all night”
“Impossible to dislike”
– Glasgow Herald