Timmy Creed is an actor and writer from Bishopstown in Cork.
He will be returning to his hometown soon with Spliced, his hurling-based play that won much praise at the recent Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Touching on such topics as identity and mental health in the GAA, Spliced is currently touring the country to GAA clubs and theatres, including various Cork GAA clubs (Nov 5-9).
Normal People by Sally Rooney. The way she captures the subtleties of our inner emotions and gestures is very beautiful.
Joker was an incredible moving performance by Joaquin Phoenix.
I did have trouble with the way it portrayed mad people, but was gripped none the less.
Physics and Phantasma at Dublin Theatre Festival by the Swedish artist Igge Lond Malmborg.
He delves into ideas of anticipation and fantasy while playing with what it means to be in a space with a live audience.
I have had sneak listen to Cork group Shookrah’s new album on vinyl which will be released next month. It’s class... Watch that space!
Free Willy. I couldn’t believe that treatment of animals was allowed and celebrated.
Solange at Primavera in 2017.
I don’t watch a lot of TV, but I love Peaky Blinders and Atlanta.
I have a un-smartphone that has RTÉ Radio 1 on it and I’m always up for a bit of Cian Ó Cíobháin on RnaG.
I still haven’t figured out the podcast world, but I loved S-Town.
I had a few pints with film director Ben Wheatley at a festival in Germany before he was famous.
Any big pagan celebration in Ireland. I would love to know more about that ancient carry on.
Marie Mullen in Bailegangaire; Sam Rockwell in Three Billboards... ; Michael Mcllhatton in Paths to Freedom.
Those who give up their lives to care for loved ones and family members.
All the empty houses in the country are given to those in direct provision or those without a home.