Sharon Horgan

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge in Fleabag

A couple of months ago, I found myself in a packed cinema to see a live theatre performance of one of the best shows on television. That came with the(...)

The Blindboy Podcast:  Flick through the Apple podcast charts on any given day and you will see that Irish podcasts are among the most popular in the country.   Photograph: Alan Place

In September, former Irish rugby international Jamie Heaslip posed a question on Twitter: “Should I start a podcast?” He asked his followers to vote y(...)

The back and forth of falling in love ... Tobias Menzies and Aisling Bea. Photograph: Channel 4

It’s a very hard thing to do, to write about mental health issues with humour. There are so many possible missteps, especially during a heightened “ca(...)

Dragons’ Den: Touker Suleyman, Sara Davies, Deborah Meaden, Tej Lalvani and Peter Jones

Good news everybody! I have found some investors interested in that kooky business idea you have – insert whatever frippery you want here: a social ne(...)

Irish comedian Aisling Bea plays Áine, the fluently sardonic, kohl-eyed protagonist of This Way Up

When we first meet Áine, the fluently sardonic, kohl-eyed protagonist of This Way Up (Channel 4, Thursday, 10pm), her life has been recently turned up(...)

Alison Spittle: ‘I keep telling myself I don’t have the time for a nervous breakdown at the moment.’

Comedian Alison Spittle has two shows at Dublin Fringe 2019: a debut of her first play Starlet (September 17th-22nd) and the premiere of her new (...)

Derry Girls: series one up for a TV Bafta

Derry Girls and Fiona Shaw are among the Irish contingent nominated at this year’s Bafta Television Awards. The Troubles-set comedy series, created a(...)

Clare Dunne, already an accomplished actor, is now making another mark as a writer.

Sure Look It, Fuck It Project Arts Centre, Dublin March 19th-23rd, 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm) €15-€22, projectartscentre.ie “The thing is, ya see, I k(...)

ThisIsPopBaby are helping me become the artist I never even thought I could be

If there is one thing Clare Dunne is fascinated by, it’s those stages in a person’s life where things are about to change for better or for worse. “N(...)

Daring, mysterious and affecting, the conclusion to Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney’s sitcom will be remembered alongside the great small-screen fina(...)

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