“I’ve had a mad summer from travelling around India, working at Haven Festival in Copenhagen with Mary Hickson, and being chief vibe commander at Clonmel Junction.”
Lisa McInerney – Glorious Heresies. As a person from Cork, I felt it did the city a great justice. I can’t wait for her next book.
Dunkirk — I thought it was beautiful. It’s the only war film I’ve ever seen with sunshine.
Teac Damsa’s Swan Lake/Loch na hEala at Clonmel Junction — the music was stunning, and I enjoyed the pace of the show. The music was performed live by Slow Moving Clouds — I can’t wait to catch them again this weekend at St Luke’s.
I’ve had a sneak peek of the Ye Vagabonds new album that’s due out in October, it’s incredible, they’re bound for greatness.
M Ward at Electric Picnic a few years ago, he’s an incredible songwriter.
All the secret shows and People events, I don’t know what to expect — new collaborations are at the heart of the festival.
I fall asleep watching TV all the time, but Peaky Blinders keeps me awake.
Loose Joints, Irish Man Abroad, and I eat audiobooks.
Jeff Buckley, Anna Mieke Bishop and David Bowie.
Marianne Faithful kissed me on the cheek and told me I can tell my friends that I kissed Marianne Faithful… I told her to tell her friends she kissed Jack Crotty.
2008, Jack Johnson in Dublin, I had a date, and I forgot my passport, and was due to fly into Dublin from London that night… I missed my flight.
Apparently I have an uncle who used to hide guns for the IRA near Nano Nagle’s grave.
My mum, Simone.