MARCH INN JOKES THIS WEDNESDAY WITH SPECIAL GUEST HEADLINER PJ GALLAGHER PLUS PATRICK MURRAY, BERNARD CASEY AND AINE GALLAGHER! “March is it? It’s practically April. And the clocks gone forward? You might as well have a BARBECUE as a comedy night.” “There’s something going on there with him. I’d say drink or something. Or worse”
INN JOKES SEPTEMBER 21ST WITH SPECIAL GUEST HEADLINER, JOHNNY CANDON, AIDAN GREENE ASHLEE BENTLEY PATRIOTS INN 9.15PM AND EXCITING NEWS! Hey Summer! Are you finished yet? I’ve packed and unpacked the sandals like, three times already. Which is it to be? Early indications that next week will ‘turn unsettled’ so in that atmosphere of chaos and uncertainty
We had our first baby! Ruby That’s us in our sitting-room or a luxury hotel, I can’t remember which There’s a new book out next year but in the meantime you can still get all your Irish Mammies signed books, teatowels, mugs bags and aprons over at www.irishmammies.ie
I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be doing a couple of gigs in America this March March 10th at the Irish Arts Centre – tickets here March 11th at the Kansas City Public Library – More details to follow March 13th at the Kansas City Irish Centre – More details to follow
The first book of Irish Mammies is excerpted in a school textbook!
The Irish Mammies show is coming to babytalk festival! Babytalk is a new pregnancy and baby event with shopping, entertainment, readings, demos and talks. It’s taking place in O’Reilly Hall, UCD, Dublin on 22-23 February 2014 and the Irish Mammies show is part of the line up. Tickets start from €10 and on sale now or visit
This is the week of Halloween night. Traditionally it was a time when wraith-like creatures haunted the darkness, causing havoc in the world of the living. But it’s not all about teenagers drinking cans around burning pallets. It’s not just Arthur’s Day for tots. The history of Halloween in this country is almost as old
I’m a great believer in serendipity, using it as a perfectly adequate substitution for hard work. The word means happy accident or fortunate mistake. It was apparently coined by the 18th century Horace Walpole after he heard of the Persian fairytale The Three Princes of Serendip. The princes had a happy knack of making discoveries