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Erin McGathy

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12: All Stars 6: Episode 11 w/ Erin McGathy

Sissy That Pod

It was time for the Charisma Uniqueness Nerve and Talent monologues and as the queens take to the stage, Cian and James are joined by 1 woman show veteran Erin McGathy to critique the performances and teh confusing runway category.  @sissythatpod

59mins

27 Aug 2021

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My Weekend With Leguizamo - Erin McGathy

I Will Write Your Book

Michelle Williams (Erin McGathy) needs a memoir written, but first she has some questions about statute of limitations. Will is bad at knowing when stories end. And Karen has a salmon farm. __ SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @IWillWriteYour Instagram: @IWillWriteYourBook Have a book idea or question about the publishing industry? Email: Book@willhines.net

59mins

3 Jun 2021

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"Dublin's Pig-Faced Lady" with Erin McGathy

Absurd Real History

Learn the real story behind Grizelda Steevens, aka Dublin's pig faced lady. This week Saoirse Siné is joined by writer/comedian Erin McGathy.absurdrealhistory@gmail.com for inquiriesBrought to you by Scream for IrelandSources“Freaks: The Pig-faced Lady of Manchester Square & Other Medical Marvels” -Jan Bondesonhttps://www.mythpodcast.com/444/12-pig-faced-women-citation-needed/https://owlcation.com/humanities/The-Legend-of-Pig-Faced-Womenhttps://randomdescent.wordpress.com/2016/04/17/pig-faced-women-and-learned-pigs/https://medium.com/history-of-yesterday/the-pig-faced-women-of-northern-europe-9b2b56a570e2Kirkpatrick, Thomas Percy Claude (2008). The History of Dr Steevens' Hospital, Dublin 1720-1920. Dublin: University College Dublin. ISBN 978-1-906359-16-4. (Originally published: Dublin : University Press, 1924.)https://dr-steevens-hospital-a-history.edwardworthlibrary.ie/Wilson, Henry, and James Caulfield. The Book of Wonderful Characters: Memoirs and Anecdotes of Remarkable and Eccentric Persons in All Ages and Countries. Cambridge University Press, 2012.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/absurd-real-history/donations

47mins

3 Nov 2020

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66. Erin McGathy in Ireland - Pt 2

Social Discasting

The utterly delightful Erin McGathy (comedian/writer/actor of HarmonQuest & the podcast This Feels Terrible) & I discuss performing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, her first impressions of Ireland, clouds, Irish secrets & more. Stay Safe. Wear a Mask.@ErinMcGathy on Twitter & IG@MOBTheatreDub on Twitter@mobtheatredublin on IGwww.mobtheatre.ie/

19mins

9 Sep 2020

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66. Erin McGathy in Ireland - Pt 2

Social Discasting

The utterly delightful Erin McGathy (comedian/writer/actor of HarmonQuest & the podcast This Feels Terrible) & I discuss performing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, her first impressions of Ireland, clouds, Irish secrets & more. Stay Safe. Wear a Mask.@ErinMcGathy on Twitter & IG@MOBTheatreDub on Twitter@mobtheatredublin on IGwww.mobtheatre.ie/

19mins

9 Sep 2020

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65. Erin McGathy in Ireland - Pt 1

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The utterly delightful Erin McGathy (comedian/writer/actor of HarmonQuest & the podcast This Feels Terrible) & I discuss living in Ireland, being diagnosed with ADHD & the differences between Irish & American audiences.Stay Safe. Wear a Mask. Pt 2 Wednesday.@ErinMcGathy on Twitter & IG@MOBTheatreDub on Twitter@mobtheatredublin on IGwww.mobtheatre.ie/

21mins

7 Sep 2020

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65. Erin McGathy in Ireland - Pt 1

Social Discasting

The utterly delightful Erin McGathy (comedian/writer/actor of HarmonQuest & the podcast This Feels Terrible) & I discuss living in Ireland, being diagnosed with ADHD & the differences between Irish & American audiences.Stay Safe. Wear a Mask. Pt 2 Wednesday.@ErinMcGathy on Twitter & IG@MOBTheatreDub on Twitter@mobtheatredublin on IGwww.mobtheatre.ie/

21mins

7 Sep 2020

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76: Hannah Mamalis, Erin McGathy, Stephen Bradley, Ro Carey

Phoning It In

In this week’s Phoning It In, Dave chats with Hayley who keeps getting strange packages sent to her home, Ron who is regularly mistaken for a celebrity, and Emily who found a treasure of sorts in her basement. Dave is joined by his special guest, a Las Vegas casino and nightclub owner, who is known by his many celebrity friends as Mr. Saturday Night. Support the show at www.patreon.com/phoningitinshow

56mins

27 Jul 2020

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Erin McGathy: Kissing with Tongues, Following Your Passion & Gaining Perspective

Humans Discuss Being

Erin McGathy!!!! Erin McGathy is my smashing guest this week! :) This was a wonderfully special chat. We start off chatting about covid-19 (BRIEFLY), (& obviously), but then get on to other matters such as: gaining perspective in difficult times, doing our best in any situation, relationships, break-ups, divorce, bereavement, family illness, coping, self-care, creativity, following one's passion, doing what we feel is right, internal locus of evaluation, therapy, inner critic (that cunty, cunty inner critic), shame, inner strength, trauma, denial, self-judgment, being kind & compassionate, personal responsibility, personal processing, being grateful, uncertainty, love and doing SHROOMS!!!!

1hr 17mins

24 Mar 2020

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Grief’s Complicated with Erin McGathy

Grief Encounters

Erin McGathy is an American podcaster and comedian who has found her home in Dublin, since moving here in 2016. During her teenage years, she lost her mother Susan to cancer at the young age of 42. A seminal period in Erin’s young life. Last year during the run up to Mothers Day, Erin shared an incredibly open account on social media of her sometimes-beautiful, sometimes-complicated relationship with her mother, and how her illness managed to further these feelings. “She told me that she knew I would do great things, and then she apologized for "being a bad mother." I still don't know why she said this and it's painful to think about, but I think she meant she wished we'd known each other more as I was becoming my own adult person. My mom was very elegant, womanly and measured; I was so clearly not heading in that direction, I remember my mother being noticeably disappointed in that, and even a little worried for me. In her weaker moments, she voiced that she was scared that no one would love me because I wore sports bras, didn't brush my hair and ate too much; I wasn't the type of girl that a boy would ever "choose". She later apologized for saying that, but not putting her expectations for herself on me was a struggle…” On this week’s podcast, she chats with Sasha about coming to terms with those feelings, years down the line. She also discusses her relationship with her now, and how the grief she felt manages to manifest in different ways all those years later. Erin is the founder of Mob Theatre Dublin, and can be heard on podcasts This Feels Terrible, Human Conversation and Harmontown. Her stage performance Al Dawes Fucking Loves You also received critical acclaim at this years Dublin Fringe Festival.If you're looking for a safe haven to express how you feel, Share articles, photos ,memories and more,Join the Grief Encounters Facebook Group,A place for support, compassion and empathy for those grievinghttps://www.facebook.com/groups/GriefEncounters/Music by: NctrnmSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

33mins

28 Jan 2020

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