7 Acts You Need to Hear at the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival
September 9, 2018 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

Now in it’s second year, the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival kicks off in just a few weeks time and there is an unbelievable lineup set to deliver heaps of interesting discussions. It, all starts on the 26th of September and goes out with a blast on the 14th of October. Put simply, this festival will make fans of podcasts very happy.

As you can imagine, there is a very wide and eclectic variety of podcast  choices available throughout the festival. If you’re unsure which act you’d like to see than look no more. We’re counting down seven acts you just have to see at the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival.

7. Juvenalia

Are you the nostalgic type? Let’s face it, in a world of high paced living with technology just around the corner, we kind of all are. Who wouldn’t want to listen to stories that recall these precious times of the 90’s kids era or even the early 2000’s.

juvenalia

This is what Juvenalia does. It goes really deep into subjects such as cartoon shows, pro wrestling and even toys. These are the things you keep closely to your heart from childhood. The hosts are charming, and the show promises to put a smile on anyone’s face. Book tickets now for the 30th of September at 9pm in the Sound House.

6. Sexy Beasts and Phoning It In

These two podcasts are joining up together to come at you with a double bill of entertainment. Sexy Beasts featuring Tony Cantwell and Marc Jago will deliver unforgettable amounts of comedy. They’ll bring you on a journey exploring the merits of various creatures of all types among this strange world. Using their patented FEC system to determine who deserves the top spot in the Premiercryp.

sexy-beasts-and-phoning-it-in

Phoning it in on the other hand will bring you an insight to Ireland’s up and coming comedy. There will also be improvisation and acting stars performing the format of an improvised radio call in show. You won’t want to miss this laughter filled night. Catch them on the 14th of October!

5. Those Conspiracy Guys

This comedy duo, you guessed it, talk about conspiracy theories. With a light-hearted approach, they look at all kinds of conspiracies, whether they be political or mythical they will have talked about it. If you think some mind-blowing conspiracies have occurred, I’m sure these guys have had a take on it.

those-conspiracy-guys

What conspiracy theory will they be discussing on their show? Who knows, but you wouldn’t want to miss it along with some comedy twisted discussion. Check this podcast live at the Sugar Club on the 9th of October.

4. The Guilty Feminist

This award-winning podcast and live show hosted by Deborah Frances-White is coming to Dublin this 1st of October at Vicar Street.  This podcast takes on a supportive feel as it discusses the big topics of the 21st century regarding feminism. While at the same time, the show takes on the unique perspective of the ‘buts’ and ‘if’s’ regarding feminism.

the-guilty-feminist-podcast

A great evening for discussion and some light-hearted comedy for everyone involved. Tickets for this one have sold out so you will have to check out the Facebook event page for further details on availability.

3. The Real Health Podcast with Karl Henry

The real health podcast discusses all the questions you might have regarding health and fitness. If you’re looking to lose a bit of weight or just understand the process of weight loss, this might just be the podcast for you.

the-real-health-podcast-with-karl-henry

From fitness, fun and planning and preparation, Karl Henry has got every aspect covered so you’re well informed and on your way to success. The podcast takes place at the O’Reilly Theatre on Great Denmark Street on the 28th of September. If you’re thinking of embarking on a fitness journey, this is the podcast for you.

2. Project 10

This is one for those that like to think outside the box. Project 10 will have your mind full of ideas as soon as you listen to it. From genetic engineering to designer babies, this podcast will have your mind pondering for weeks.

project-10-podcast

Special guests come on to the show often which provide captivating interview’s. Join Cormac Moore at the Sound House on Thursday the 11th of October for some mind gripping stories.

1. The Blindboy Podcast

Over the last year, Blindboy has experienced a meteoric rise in notoriety amongst the most interrogative within Irish society. The Rubberbandits man explores a wide range of issues in his content, looking at gun laws, racism and feminism. Blindboy’s podcast has attained a cult following and his voice delivers a piercing analysis of the Irish political system.

the-blindboy-podcast

The Limerick native has an uncanny ability to articulate what everyone is thinking with a delivery that regularly crosses the border between courageous and crazy. His lightening quick humour adds to an already great insight into Irish culture which is a welcome addition for many. The show takes place at Vicar Street on the 4th and 7th October. Due to massive demand, both shows are now sold out, keep an eye on the Facebook event page for details on tickets, you could get lucky!

Now that you have all the info on the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival, there’s no reason not to check out one of the many upcoming shows. If you’re interested in learning more about the podcasters or purchasing tickets, check out their official website here.

Zuzanna Piasek
Passionate about all things creative including food and hoping to spread a few good messages. I believe the most important thing you’ll ever do is stay true to yourself, so be free and be you!

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7 Acts You Need to Hear at the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival
September 9, 2018 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

Now in it’s second year, the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival kicks off in just a few weeks time and there is an unbelievable lineup set to deliver heaps of interesting discussions. It, all starts on the 26th of September and goes out with a blast on the 14th of October. Put simply, this festival will make fans of podcasts very happy.

As you can imagine, there is a very wide and eclectic variety of podcast  choices available throughout the festival. If you’re unsure which act you’d like to see than look no more. We’re counting down seven acts you just have to see at the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival.

7. Juvenalia

Are you the nostalgic type? Let’s face it, in a world of high paced living with technology just around the corner, we kind of all are. Who wouldn’t want to listen to stories that recall these precious times of the 90’s kids era or even the early 2000’s.

juvenalia

This is what Juvenalia does. It goes really deep into subjects such as cartoon shows, pro wrestling and even toys. These are the things you keep closely to your heart from childhood. The hosts are charming, and the show promises to put a smile on anyone’s face. Book tickets now for the 30th of September at 9pm in the Sound House.

6. Sexy Beasts and Phoning It In

These two podcasts are joining up together to come at you with a double bill of entertainment. Sexy Beasts featuring Tony Cantwell and Marc Jago will deliver unforgettable amounts of comedy. They’ll bring you on a journey exploring the merits of various creatures of all types among this strange world. Using their patented FEC system to determine who deserves the top spot in the Premiercryp.

sexy-beasts-and-phoning-it-in

Phoning it in on the other hand will bring you an insight to Ireland’s up and coming comedy. There will also be improvisation and acting stars performing the format of an improvised radio call in show. You won’t want to miss this laughter filled night. Catch them on the 14th of October!

5. Those Conspiracy Guys

This comedy duo, you guessed it, talk about conspiracy theories. With a light-hearted approach, they look at all kinds of conspiracies, whether they be political or mythical they will have talked about it. If you think some mind-blowing conspiracies have occurred, I’m sure these guys have had a take on it.

those-conspiracy-guys

What conspiracy theory will they be discussing on their show? Who knows, but you wouldn’t want to miss it along with some comedy twisted discussion. Check this podcast live at the Sugar Club on the 9th of October.

4. The Guilty Feminist

This award-winning podcast and live show hosted by Deborah Frances-White is coming to Dublin this 1st of October at Vicar Street.  This podcast takes on a supportive feel as it discusses the big topics of the 21st century regarding feminism. While at the same time, the show takes on the unique perspective of the ‘buts’ and ‘if’s’ regarding feminism.

the-guilty-feminist-podcast

A great evening for discussion and some light-hearted comedy for everyone involved. Tickets for this one have sold out so you will have to check out the Facebook event page for further details on availability.

3. The Real Health Podcast with Karl Henry

The real health podcast discusses all the questions you might have regarding health and fitness. If you’re looking to lose a bit of weight or just understand the process of weight loss, this might just be the podcast for you.

the-real-health-podcast-with-karl-henry

From fitness, fun and planning and preparation, Karl Henry has got every aspect covered so you’re well informed and on your way to success. The podcast takes place at the O’Reilly Theatre on Great Denmark Street on the 28th of September. If you’re thinking of embarking on a fitness journey, this is the podcast for you.

2. Project 10

This is one for those that like to think outside the box. Project 10 will have your mind full of ideas as soon as you listen to it. From genetic engineering to designer babies, this podcast will have your mind pondering for weeks.

project-10-podcast

Special guests come on to the show often which provide captivating interview’s. Join Cormac Moore at the Sound House on Thursday the 11th of October for some mind gripping stories.

1. The Blindboy Podcast

Over the last year, Blindboy has experienced a meteoric rise in notoriety amongst the most interrogative within Irish society. The Rubberbandits man explores a wide range of issues in his content, looking at gun laws, racism and feminism. Blindboy’s podcast has attained a cult following and his voice delivers a piercing analysis of the Irish political system.

the-blindboy-podcast

The Limerick native has an uncanny ability to articulate what everyone is thinking with a delivery that regularly crosses the border between courageous and crazy. His lightening quick humour adds to an already great insight into Irish culture which is a welcome addition for many. The show takes place at Vicar Street on the 4th and 7th October. Due to massive demand, both shows are now sold out, keep an eye on the Facebook event page for details on tickets, you could get lucky!

Now that you have all the info on the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival, there’s no reason not to check out one of the many upcoming shows. If you’re interested in learning more about the podcasters or purchasing tickets, check out their official website here.

Zuzanna Piasek
Passionate about all things creative including food and hoping to spread a few good messages. I believe the most important thing you’ll ever do is stay true to yourself, so be free and be you!

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