Hello. Thanks for dropping by. June was an eventful one, with appearances at the Cat Laughs, Cork Midsummer Festival
Hi everyone Rage-In, my new book – a collection of the essays I wrote for Headstuff over nearly two years – is out now, published by Mercier Press. You can get it at all good bookshops. Or have them order it in. Or get them to post it to you. Or order online (it’s also … Continued
Galway’s so good, we’re doing it twice! At 5pm and 8pm on Saturday 19th. Tickets here.
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
New voice reels now available: commercial, character/ animation and narration/ audio book. Check them out here. Tara is represented for voice work in Ireland by Voicebank and by Just Voices in the UK.
Hello. Hope you’re well and enjoying the mildness weatherwise. My one-woman show Not A Funny Word was put on as a work in progress at the Peacock Theatre and I hope to have an announcement about it soon. It’s a comedy show – with songs – based on what was not at all a funny time in my life. … Continued
Hi there Hope you’re having a great “summer” and haven’t been too cold. I’m taking some time offline, part of it for actual holidays, but if you need me for work you can get in touch with my agents here. I’ll still be doing my weekly columns at Headstuff or you can pick up a copy of Irish … Continued
Sad to finish in Beckett-world with All That Fall, but I’m back in Ireland for some fun summer stuff. The paperback version of my second book, Giving Out Yards is out June 9. I’ll no doubt be chatting about that in some media near you, soon. Thrilled to be back in Kilkenny for the Cat Laughs Comedy … Continued
I’m delighted to let you know that my second book Giving Out Yards: the Art of Complaint Irish Style is coming out in paperback form. It will be in shops and on shelves from June 9.
Great news! After sold-out shows at Bristol Old Vic and Wilton’s Music Hall, Beckett’s All That Fall, directed by Max Stafford-Clark is transferring to The Arts Theatre in the West End. Tickets and details here. Listen to the BBC Radio Four recording here. (Available til May 25.) On April 23 I have a one-night stand back in Ireland, … Continued