Hello, fellow eejits!
I’m excited and mad nervous to tell you that Taranoia: the Tara Flynn Podcast launches on Monday September 10th. It’ll be a half-hour long, so we’re releasing two a week to start. After that, it’ll probably be once a week or so. I hope you enjoy the chats and craic as I battle my own special brand of insecurity and fear. Hence the name. I’m completely terrified about putting it out there, but that’s Taranoia for you.
I mostly record it at home, so there are a few thumps and clunks and my cat as a result. But I hope it’s ok.
Taranoia, Monday September 10 on the Headstuff Podcast Network.
Other dates include:
September 1: Not a Funny Word at Mindfield at Electric Picnic. 2pm, Dublin Theatre Festival stage. (“…a joy to watch.” Irish Times.)
September 21: My Alternative Tour of the Naked Truth Exhibition at Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, for Culture Night.
September 22: In Conversation with Nina Conti about her documentary Her Master’s Voice at The Dock Arts Centre, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim.
September 29: MCing ARC’s March for Choice in Dublin. Ireland may have #repealedthe8th, but the fight for legislation and access goes on. Come march with us. (Donate here to help ARC make this the biggest and most accessible march yet. Thank you.)
October 5: Kinsale Words By Water Literary Festival. In Conversation: Tara Flynn, Alison Spittle and Simon Mulholland.
October 9: ‘Internet Famous‘ for Red Line Book Festival. Civic Theatre, Tallaght. With Alison Spittle, Aoife Dooley, Emer McLysaght and Sara Breen.
October 12: Interviewing Emilie Pine on ‘Notes to Self‘ for Red Line Book Festival. Civic Theatre, Tallaght.
October 18: Repeal the 8th Panel, Manchester Literary Festival. With Sinead Gleeson and Una Mullally.
Hope to see you there.