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Every Sunday on The HeadStuff Podcast Network Tom Moran chats to a special guest using the medium of random questions as chosen by bingo balls. It's a fun and insightful glance into the lives of Tom's very interesting guests.

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Every Sunday on The HeadStuff Podcast Network Tom Moran chats to a special guest using the medium of random questions as chosen by bingo balls. It's a fun and insightful glance into the lives of Tom's very interesting guests.

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Tom is moving on

By pjob - Jul 27 2019
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Best wishes on your endeavors. I feel horrible for some of your guests. Unforgivable.

Absolutely Great

By CaseySyb - Mar 10 2017
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Love the Podcast so Great!

iTunes Ratings

20 Ratings
Average Ratings
18
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Tom is moving on

By pjob - Jul 27 2019
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Best wishes on your endeavors. I feel horrible for some of your guests. Unforgivable.

Absolutely Great

By CaseySyb - Mar 10 2017
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Love the Podcast so Great!
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Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

Latest release on Jul 24, 2019

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Rank #1: Aine O'Neill plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Support Personality Bingo and become a patron at our Patreon here.

If a contribution of a couple of Euro wouldn’t make a massive difference to your life, just know it makes a gigantic one in ours! 

As Blindboy says, “it’s a model based off soundness”, so if you CAN support, please do on behalf of someone who can’t! 

You’ll best know Aine O'Neill from her work on Ireland’s most popular YouTube channel’s, TRY Channel and FACTS. A Carlow native, Aine graduated from Carlow IT with a degree in English and History, but now works as a producer on some of Ireland’s top shows such as Salon Confidential and The Rotunda.

Aine is also a screenwriter currently working on a feature film as well as multiple projects for TV. Later this year, she plans to move to LA to develop these projects future.

Mar 03 2019

1hr 12mins

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Rank #2: Justine Stafford plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Justine is a Meme Queen from Nobber (Yes, it is a real place) Co Meath. As social creative at JOE.ie since 2016, Justine works daily creating viral videos, sketches and meme content.   

Outside of her work, Justine’s passion is comedy. Having began performing stand-up comedy in 2017, just regularly appears on the Dublin comedy circuit and this year banked herself a place at the Vodafone Comedy Festival in the Iveagh Gardens. Justine has recently began selling her ‘memes on seams’, (t-shirts) which you can view here.

You can find all her original Meme creations and jokes on her personal social accounts here: 

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Nov 18 2018

1hr 31mins

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Rank #3: Laura Byrne plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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It’s episode number four and Laura Byrne plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran, the brand new podcast on The HeadStuff Podcast Network! Laura is a stand-up and FACTS contributor who gigs all across the country! Here’s how the show works: 60 Balls. 60 Minutes. 60 Questions. In those 60 minutes, Tom rolls his 13 euro […]

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Mar 05 2017

1hr 9mins

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Rank #4: Shannon Keenan plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Shannon Keenan is an actor, presenter and YouTuber. She presents Wave Culture on RTÉ Pulse, and has her own YouTube channel called Shannonigans, where she does challenges, Q+A's, collaborations and more. She also regularly appears on the YouTube's 'The Try Channel'.

Sep 30 2018

1hr 11mins

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Rank #5: Donal Sharpson plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran

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It’s episode number ten and Donal Sharpson plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran. Donal is teacher, musician, FACTs contributor and all around cool guy. Check out his stuff on Soundcloud. Here’s how the show works: 60 Balls. 60 Minutes. 60 Questions. In those 60 minutes, Tom rolls his 13 euro Argos bought Bingo ball machine and asks his guest […]

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Apr 09 2017

1hr 13mins

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Rank #6: Brian Gallagher plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Support Personality Bingo and become a patron at our Patreon.

If a contribution of a couple of Euro wouldn’t make a massive difference to your life, just know it makes a gigantic one in ours! 

As Blindboy says, “it’s a model based off soundness”, so if you CAN support, please do on behalf of someone who can’t! 

Brian Gallagher is an accomplished stand up comedian, originally from Limerick, now based in Dublin.

He is a regular in some of the top comedy clubs in Ireland and is the co producer of Riff Raff Comedy Club, which puts on weekly shows in Dublin and Galway featuring the best of Irish and UK stand up. Brian has performed at some of Europe's best festivals including a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe and he is a popular contributor to the hugely successful YouTube channel, The Try Channel.

May 08 2019

1hr 16mins

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Rank #7: Paul Howard plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Paul Howard is an Irish journalist, author and comedy writer. He is best known as the creator of the cult character, Ross O'Carroll-Kelly a fictional rugby jock whose exploits have been the subject of eighteen novels and two other books that have sold over one million copies in Ireland. He was named National Newspapers of Ireland Columnist of the Year in 2013 for his weekly column in The Irish Times on Saturday written under the Ross O'Carroll-Kelly pseudonym. He is the author of four plays – The Last Days of the Celtic Tiger in 2007, and Between Foxrock and a Hard Place in 2010, and Breaking Dad in 2014 and Postcards from the Ledge in 2017 – as well as the hugely successful 2012 puppet-based Anglo the Musical and a second musical Copper Face Jacks: The Musical in 2018.

His first non-Ross-related venture into fiction: Triggs – The Autobiography of Roy Keane's Dog – was a #1 Bestseller in 2012, and short-listed for an Irish Book Award. He is a four-time Irish Book Award winner, collecting the Best Popular Fiction prize in 2007 for Should Have Got Off at Sydney Parade, in 2010 for The Oh My God Delusion, in 2013 for Downturn Abbey (each parts of the Ross O'Carroll-Kelly series) and Non-Fiction Book of the Year in 2016 for the biography of Tara Browne, "I Read the News Today, Oh Boy". He wrote comedy for radio and television and was part of the writing teams for two series of two RTÉ comedy sketch shows in the autumns of 2012 and 2013, Irish Pictorial Weekly and The Mario Rosenstock Show.

Aug 10 2018

1hr 5mins

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Rank #8: Killian Coyle plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Killian can now be seen on screen in Roddy Doyle’s brand new film Rosie, currently in cinemas and he is currently' producing Ciara Smyth's new play, We Can't Have Monkeys In The House which runs from November 12th-24th at the New Theatre, Templebar.

A Dublin native Actor and Producer, Killian’s acting interest stems from his time at the Independent Theatre Workshop which led to him becoming a recent graduate of the full-time Professional Actor Training course at the Gaiety School of Acting 2015.

Killian took on the role of Producer in a world premiere production of Donal Ryan’s virtuoso novel The Spinning Heart at Smock Alley Theatre 1662 in July 2016 and has been working in the field ever since. He has been Executive Producer at Reality:Check Productions since 2017.

Most recently Killian reprised his role of Hackett for Michael Harnett’s The Boys, directed by Tracy Ryan, while also taking on the role of Producer. The show toured Dublin throughout Autumn 2017 playing to sell out audiences in The Viking, Smock Alley and the Dolmen.

Recent film work includes Tak in the upcoming series Krypton for Warner Bros, DC Comics and Syfy; Dickie in Smithy & Dickie Boy, a documentary-short by Savage Films directed by Hannah Quinn; and Son in Man to Man, a short written and directed by Andrew Stevenson.

Nov 11 2018

1hr 13mins

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Rank #9: Manus Halligan plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Manus Halligan is a graduate of the Trinity College Drama and Theatre department. His recent theatre work includes: Inside The GPO (Fishamble), The Poor Little Boy With No Arms (One Duck), She Stoops To Conquer and King Lear (Abbey Theatre), Before Monsters Were Made, Reckoners and The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle (15th Oak Productions), Five Minutes Later (Sugarglass T. C.), Shell-Shock (Gonzo T. C.), The Nightmare Before Christmas (Livin’ Dred), Human Child and MONSTER/CLOCK (Collapsing Horse Theatre Company), Heroin(e) for Breakfast (PillowTalk), The Making of ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Project Arts Centre).

His screen work includes Rebellion (RTÉ) and the short films, My Life For Ireland (Suitable Films), Not With a Bang But a Whimper (dir. Andy Stevenson) and Run (dir. Sam McMullen) which screened in London’s Short Film Festival 2014.

Sep 03 2018

1hr 12mins

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Rank #10: John Kelly plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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It’s episode number five and John Kelly plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran, the brand new podcast on The HeadStuff Podcast Network! John is a presenter, actor and stand-up comedian based in Dublin! Here’s how the show works: 60 Balls. 60 Minutes. 60 Questions. In those 60 minutes, Tom rolls his 13 euro Argos bought […]

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Mar 12 2017

55mins

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Rank #11: Tony Doyle plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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A Dublin native, Tony Doyle is a graduate of the Full Time programme in Bow Street. He was the lead alongside Salma Hayek in Jim Sheridans short 11th Hour which just screened at Tribecca Film Festival. This year he also has supporting roles in Rebellion Series 2: Resistance, Micheal Inside directed by Frank Berry and Maria Doyle- Kennedys directorial debut short A Different Kind of Story which will have its premiere at this years Galway Film Fleadh. He has also appeared in John Carneys Sing Street, The Flag alongside Pat Shortt, The Secret Scripture and Red Rock. He will also be appearing in the film adaptation of Dublin Old School, written by Emmet Kirwan and Dave Tynan.

Jun 16 2019

1hr 13mins

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Rank #12: John Dennehy plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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John is a creative producer and queer performer from Kildare. They trained as a producer with Red Bear Productions from 2015 on and was one of the first batch of creative producers to participate in Generator at Smock Alley, developed by Caoimhe Connolly & Cliona Dukes. They produced ‘How to be Angry’ (Brazen Tales) and ‘Dummy’ (MORB) at DFF 2017. Most recently they did an internship with THISISPOPBABY and will be returning as ASM for RIOT: Homecoming at Vicar St (May 1st-6th,tickets here). They have just set up a theatre company: Taking The Biscuit with Aisling O’Mara and Dani Galligan. Their first production: Nothing But A Toerag at First Fortnight 2019 is running the 7th-12th Jan at 8pm (2:30pm Sat) at Smock Alley. (You can nab your tickets here). They are also working with Bitter Like A Lemon on ‘In Our Veins’ at the Peacock (April 10-20th, tickets here). In drag, they go by Avoca Reaction (cos that’s what drag should do). Avoca is an intergender drag entity who believes that drag is the expression of our oppression. You can catch Avoca at ‘Avocas Big Durty Queer Cabaret’ on January 17th at 8pm in Drop Dead Twice.

Jan 06 2019

1hr 20mins

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Rank #13: Dylan Coburn Gray plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Dylan Coburn Gray is a playwright based in Dublin. His sole authored work includes Boys and Girls (winner of the Fishamble Best New Writing Award, nominated for the Stewart Parker Trust award) and Citysong (winner of Soho Theatre's Verity Bargate Award 2017). Collaborative work with MALAPROP Theatre includes Love+ (winner of the Spirit of Fringe award 2015) and Everything Not Saved (winner of the Georganne Aldrich Heller Award 2017, The Guardian's Best Shows of Edinburgh Fringe 2018). Both strands of his work play with form, and aim to challenge and delight in equal measure.

Apr 28 2019

1hr 37mins

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Rank #14: Gavin Kostick plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Gavin Kostick is the literary officer at Fishamble theatre company in Dublin. There, he works with new writers for theatre through script development, readings and a variety of courses. 

Gavin is also an award-winning playwright. He has written over a dozen plays which have been produced in Dublin, on tour around Ireland, the UK, New York, Philadelphia and Romania. 

His most recent works are The End of the Road for Fishamble, This is What we Sang for Kabosh (Belfast and New York), The Sit and Fight Night on tour 2011 and An Image for the Rose outdoors for Whiplash Theatre Company. He is currently working on new plays for Fishamble and Whiplash, and an Opera with composer Raymond Deane for RTÉ Lyric. 

As a performer he performed Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness: Complete, a six hour show for Absolut Fringe, Dublin Theatre Festival and The London Festival of Literature at the Southbank.

Feb 24 2019

1hr 11mins

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Rank #15: Erin McGathy plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Support Personality Bingo and become a patron at our Patreon here.

If a contribution of a couple of Euro wouldn’t make a massive difference to your life, just know it makes a gigantic one in ours! 

As Blindboy says, “it’s a model based off soundness”, so if you CAN support, please do on behalf of someone who can’t! 

Erin McGathy is a comedian, podcast host, performer and writer newly relocated to Dublin.

Irish audiences will best know Erin from Dreamgun Film Reads and Mob Theatre. As well as this, Erin has appeared on NBC’s Community, Comedy Central’s Drunk History, Seeso’s Harmonquest and can be heard on podcasts This Feels Terrible, Human Conversation and Harmontown. A regular at the UCB Theatre Los Angeles, The Nerdist Comedy Theatre, and iOWest, Erin has also performed at The Second City in both LA and Chicago. She has mounted several performances and plays in the U.S. and abroad. Raised on many an American Navel base around the globe, Erin studied comedy and writing at the UCB Theatre in Los Angeles and acting at San Francisco State University.

Mar 31 2019

1hr 20mins

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Rank #16: John Bucchino plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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John Bucchino's songs have been performed and recorded by renowned pop

(Art Garfunkel, Judy Collins), theatre (Liza Minnelli, Patti LuPone, Kristin

Chenoweth, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Audra McDonald), cabaret (Barbara Cook,

Michael Feinstein), and classical (Yo-Yo Ma, Deborah Voight, Nathan Gunn),

artists as well as The Boston Pops, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the

Mormon Tabernacle Choir in venues including Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan

Opera, The Hollywood Bowl, The Kennedy Center, The Sydney Opera House,

London’s O2 Arena and The White House.

Among his honors are two Drama Desk nominations, The Johnny Mercer

Songwriter Award, The ASCAP Foundation Richard Rodgers New Horizons

Award, The Jonathan Larson Award, The Kleban Award, The Los Angeles

Ovation Award (for the revue IT’S ONLY LIFE), The DVD Premiere Award (for

the song “Better Than I”), and the first annual Fred Ebb Award.

He has written music and lyrics for the Broadway musical A CATERED AFFAIR

with a book by Harvey Fierstein (nominated for 12 Drama Desk Awards, 3

Tony awards, and winner of the New York Drama League Award for Best

Musical), as well as the musicals URBAN MYTHS, LAVENDER GIRL, the new

Danish musical ESAURA, the revue IT’S ONLY LIFE, and the Dreamworks

animated film JOSEPH, KING OF DREAMS, and the lyrics for the children’s

musical SIMEON’S GIFT with a book by Julie Andrews and Emma Walton

Hamilton and music by Ian Fraser. Some recordings of his work are:

GRATEFUL, THE SONGS OF JOHN BUCCHINO (with companion songbook),

SOLITUDE LESSONS, the Australian release DAVID CAMPBELL SINGS JOHN

BUCCHINO which reached number one on the Australian jazz chart, the PS

Classics releases of the cast albums of IT’S ONLY LIFE (with companion

songbook) and A CATERED AFFAIR, and two recordings of solo piano

improvisations: ON RICHARD RODGERS’ PIANO (performed on the composer’s

own Steinway, voted Best Instrumental CD by Show Business Weekly), and

BEATLES REIMAGINED. As part of their Julie Andrews Collection, Harper Collins

published a children's book, based on John’s song, called “Grateful, A Song of

Giving Thanks” which was awarded the Parents’ Choice Gold Award.

For more information, and to purchase CDs, songbooks or download sheet

music or accompaniment tracks, please visit www.johnbucchino.com

May 20 2019

1hr 20mins

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Rank #17: Patrick Flannery plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Patrick Flannery is an actor based in Dublin. Despite his absurdly Irish name, he was born in Greensboro, North Carolina. The son of an actor, Patrick was a collegiate athlete before he became involved in the arts himself. He moved to New York City to attend Fordham University where he majored in Political Science. However, just before graduating, Patrick made the decision to pursue a career as an actor. He took classes in the Meisner technique at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City and made perhaps the most impulsive decision of his life when he chose to move to Dublin after vacationing there. Patrick completed the full time course at Bow Street in Dublin. Since graduating from Bow Street, he has worked on screen in the BBC's Little Women as well as various short films. On stage he worked in the Edinburgh Fringe success Play On Words with the Tiger's Eye Theatre company, as well as Bash: The Latter Day Plays with the Out of Time Theatre Company. He is represented by the Nolan Muldoon Agency and intends upon staying in Europe at least until that guy with the orange hair and skin moves out of the White House.

Feb 10 2019

1hr 18mins

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Rank #18: Sean Connolly plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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It’s episode number six and Sean Connolly plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran, the brand new podcast on The HeadStuff Podcast Network! Sean is a YouTuber, FACTS Producer and, sometimes, contributor. You can find him @thesonicscrew Here’s how the show works: 60 Balls. 60 Minutes. 60 Questions. In those 60 minutes, Tom rolls his 13 […]

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Mar 26 2017

1hr 11mins

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Rank #19: Michael-David McKernan plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Most recently Michael-David wrapped a role on ‘Quantico’ for ABC Studios as well as the Irish feature film ‘The Comeback’.

He will be seen in 2018 playing Shane Twomey for Element Pictures’ ‘Red Rock’.

He performed in Reality:Check Productions’ ‘Disco Pigs & Sucking Dublin’ which won the Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Ensemble. 

In 2017 he appeared in White Label’s production of ‘The Eurydice Project’ which ran at the Project Arts Centre, as Edmund in ‘King Lear’ at the Mill Theatre, as well as ‘The Voice Factor [X]’ at The New Theatre.

Further screen credits include '3 Friends', ‘Summon Her Children’ and ’Bonsoir Luna’. 

Previous theatre credits include Rough Magic’s ‘The Critic’ at the Dublin Theatre Festival, the premiere of ‘According To His Need’ at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as ‘HOSTEL 16’ at the Dublin Fringe Festival directed by Raymond Keane.

He is a singer and a multi-instrumentalist proficient with piano, guitar, and mandolin. 

Michael-David McKernan is a graduate of The Programme for Screen Acting at Bow Street Film Academy. He has previously trained in Physical Theatre at the London Academy of Dramatic Art and holds a First Class Honours degree in Drama & Theatre Studies at the Samuel Beckett Centre in Trinity College.

Dec 10 2018

1hr 13mins

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Rank #20: Aonghus Og McAnally plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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Aonghus is a graduate of the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin and also trained with Anne Bogart’s SITI Company in New York. His appearances at the Abbey Theatre include Big Love, The Burial at Thebes, Romeo & Juliet and The Plough and the Stars, which also toured to The Barbican, London as part of The Abbey’s centenary celebrations. Elsewhere, Aonghus has appeared in The Nose (Performance Corporation), W. B. Yeats’ CúChulainn Cycle (R.H.A. Downstairs, Dublin and Riverside Studios, London), Myrmidons (Ouroboros), The Tempest (Corcadorca), Macbeth, Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet (All for Second Age), One– Healing with Theatre (Pan Pan), An Triail (Aisling Ghéar), Buile an Phíce (Amharclann de hÍde), A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Not a Moment to Lose (Torn Curtain). Recent theatre includes Serious Money (Seeds Project for Rough Magic directed by Aoife Spillane Hinks), and The Nose directed by Jo Mangan for Performance Corporation. He most recently appeared in his hugely successful one man show Fight Night which he co-created with writer Gavin Kostick as part of the Fishamble/Dublin Theatre Festival “Show in a Bag” initiative and which went on to tour across Ireland and to win a nomination for Best New Play at the Irish Times Theatre Awards 2012.

Sep 09 2018

1hr 10mins

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