Big news. My one-woman show Not a Funny Word will be co-produced by This is Pop Baby and The Abbey Theatre in 2018. It will first feature as part of Where We Live in conjunction with St. Patricks Festival, March 6 -10 at The Complex in Smithfield, with hopes to take it further afield. Tickets … Continued
I am very excited to announce that Not A Funny Word will play at the Everyman Theatre in Cork. We’ll be there on April 26th 2018 for one night only. You can book here. It’s also available to book on tour. If a venue near you would like to book it, here’s how to get … Continued
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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 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.
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