Gearoid Farrelly: Out and Proud from Finglas to the stage
Des Bishop Podcast
I had such a great chat with Gearoid Farrelly. He is a Dublin based Stand Up comedian and he is hilarious. He also tells a tough story about being bullied while growing up in Finglas. He jokingly admits he was the last one in his family to know he was gay and he is very funny talking about it. He talks about getting into comedy and also has some very insightful thoughts on the Marriage equality referendum and how it felt as a gay man in Ireland during the campaign. You are really going to like this epSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gearoid Farrelly Fancies Which Public Health Officials??
Weekend Breakfast with Alison Curtis
Gearoid Farrelly fancies which public health officials??It was lovely to have a laugh with the comedian on Weekend Breakfast. We talked about evil cats, how terrible Alison Curtis is at maths + lots more.Listen to the full interview here:[audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2020/10/11140239/GearoidFarrelly_Podcast.mp3"][/audio]Weekend Breakfast with Alison Curtis, Saturdays and Sundays from 8am.
Gearoid Farrelly Will Be Doing Stand Up In Dalymount
Room 104 With Cormac Moore and Saoirse Long
Award winning Irish comedian Gearoid Farrelly will be taking to the stage in Dalymount Park as part of new format for this years Dublin Fringe Festival. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ollie sits down with Gearoid Farelly to chat with him about his fantastic career in comedy!For all the photos discussed in this episode, check out our social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Life-In-A-Bubble-Podcast-102318651258978/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lifeinabubblepodcastt/LinkedIn: https://www.instagram.com/lifeinabubblepodcastt/Or visit our website for more!https://www.lifeinabubblepodcast.com/
Gearoid Farrelly: Delusional New Year's Optimism, School Reunions & Fostering Kittens!
Humans Discuss Being
Hilarious & brilliant Gearoid Farrelly is my glorious guest this week. This podcast episode was recorded in front of a live studio audience in Smock Alley and it was all the fun! Gearoid was a terrifically generous, entertaining and honest guest, speaking about such topics as: growing up gay in Finglas in the 90s, experiencing bullying, homophobic bullying, accountability - where were the adults?, coming out, denial, dating, joining musical theatre groups, school reunions, stand-up comedy, self-acceptance and how fostering kittens and acquiring the gorgeous 'Boots' has changed his life! :)
Catch me chatting with @gearoidfarrelly about @will.keo 's gofundme success, the recent PrEP availability and queer podcasts to get you through the long cold winter.We played the new, rousing track from @vedalady and @ladykcreates .We also gave advice to someone who is struggling to find the right headspace to give advice.Check out all the Irish podcasts we mentioned on the show.@biggaybucketlist#givingmelife with @ladykcreates @dialemma_dublin and @therubynoir@imgrandmam #theunofficialgoodguyscirclepodcastLet me know if you make an Irish queer podcast and aren't listed above.Check out the latest episode of @gearoidfarrelly podcast, Fascinated, with @seansmithsolo from Same Difference!
113: #109 | Cooking the Books with Gearoid Farrelly
This week the comedy bunker dwellers, Hannah and Ed, are visited by the clean living (for the most part) Gearoid Farrelly, a stand up and podcaster who has a large collection of cookbooks and considers his favourites for varying reasons. Also, outside broadcasts at funerals, cough medicine abuse and whether opposites attract are among the tangential topics discussed.
Accidental comedian Gearoid Farrelly talks LOLs with the lads, poking around in other people's bathroom cabinets and stalking D-list celebrities
How to be Sound
You can follow Gearoid Farrelly on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook - and check out his website here. Buy tickets to his upcoming shows below: 2 May Cork https://bit.ly/2ExYKj8 3 May Waterford https://bit.ly/2QijIdq 10 May Ballymun https://bit.ly/2LsByF3 15 May Belfast https://bit.ly/2U7YH6t 18 May Lisburn https://bit.ly/2Cvxj85 *** Would you like to hear more from me? Read my writing on Patreon here. For just $4 per month you'll get two pieces of writing per week, as well as an exclusive mini podcast episode every fortnight. Gearoid's minisode features him scrolling through my Tinder in a somewhat hopeless attempt to find me a man. (It's fun, I swear.) If you're buying from Amazon, I would really appreciate it if you'd use my affiliate link. It helps support what I do and costs you nothing extra! Same goes for Asos... You can follow me on all of my social media handles @rosemarymaccabe. Thank you so much for listening to How to be Sound. Please take some time to rate and/or review on iTunes; it helps other people who might like it to find How to be Sound! Producer extraordinaire Liam Geraghty's Meet Your Maker is also well worth a listen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
‘Geri's one of those ones where you're best friends for a month and they you have a big bust-up and just never speak to her again.;’This week we talk Spice Girls with the comedic genius behind ‘Fascinated’ Gearoid Farrelly. Gearoid murders our dreams by outting Geri as a psycho manipulator, shames the band for hijacking the term ‘girl-power’ for their own ends of world domination, outs the perpetual back-flipper who once treated herself to a water in a local Dublin newsagents, condemns their last album with a disdain previously reserved for when Julie when she forgets to press the record button, and offers his take on Victoria ‘aren’t all trousers parellel trousers?’ Beckham.Which Spice Girl had a solo album that Gearoid found mildly palatable? Why doesn’t Emma Bunton give up the ghost on the engagement? Did Victoria’s choice to embark on a duet with Dane Bowers mark he beginning of the end for modern music as we know it? What the hell has Cheryl Cole done to her face? Why is Julie still clicking into The Daily Mail despite her flat denials to the contrary? What solo song made an indelible mark on Emma Doran’s Godless soul? On a scale of one to overly produced nineties ten, how devastating was the musical debacle that was Holler? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.