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The first book of Irish Mammies is excerpted in a school textbook!

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Irish Mammies at Babytalk and Ballymaloe!

The Irish Mammies show is coming to babytalk festival!

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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 the babytalk website to find out more.

AND ON MOTHER’s DAY! BALLYMALOE HOUSE

Sunday March 30th 2014 – Tickets here

Ireland's Got Mammies

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The book, the book, the book is on sale and the teatowels of course

Both books are on sale in all good book shops and on Amazon

 

Also  - teatowels!

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That’s More of It Now – Published October 10th plus gigs!

That's More Of It Now

Isn’t It Well For Ye? The Book of Irish Mammies brought the wonderful world of the Irish Mammy to homes across Ireland, where it took pride of place alongside the good scissors and the bit of string that might come in handy someday. It was a bestseller. Now, before you can say “Is it that time already?”, Irish Mammy is back with more words of wisdom.

That’s More Of It Now: The Second Book of Irish Mammies takes us even deeper into this parallel universe, with advice on everything from how to tell Mammy she is about to become a Granny to how to discipline a child (aged 0-45), touching on Irish Mammies’ role in the worlds of sport, the workplace, technology, religion and culture. Enjoy popular fairy-tales retold with an Irish Mammy at the centre of them; marvel at exclusive, not-yet-released scenes from the epic Game of Scones; and find some essential apps for the Modern Mammy’s tablet.

Probably the most important sequel since The Godfather Part II, or at least Fifty Shades DarkerThat’s More Of It Now will find a place in everybody’s heart (and stocking). Just don’t leave it on a damp step.

To coincide with the publication  - The ‘Ireland’s Got Mammies – Shur We Might as Well Do Another Bit of a Tour’ continues over the next while

October 18th  - Ramor Theatre Cavan

October 19th Mill Theatre Dundrum

October 24th Irish Women in Agriculture Conference, Killarney

October 24th Sylvester’s GAA Club Malahide

October 26th Galway Arts Festival

November 2nd Draoicht Blanchardstown

November 15th Axis Theatre, Ballymun

December 5th  Dolan’s Limerick

December 7th Dalkey Winter Book Festival

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