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Various Locations, Wednesday 6th November - Monday 25th November

Dublin Podcast Festival 2019 – Back by popular demand, Dublin will host headliner shows and live podcasts across multiple venues this November. The rise of the podcast as a form of both entertainment and education has been phenomenal. See your favourite podcast come to life as we celebrate the podcasting world and connect fans with the people who make them.

The Guilty Feminist – Vicar Street, 6th November | €30.
A Gay and a NonGay – The Sugar Club, 10th November | €20.
The 2 Johnnies – Vicar Street, 14th November | €27.
IT GALZ LIVE! – Vicar Street, 16th November | €25.
The Blindboy Podcast – Vicar Street, 19th & 24th November | €30.
The Dollop – Liberty Hall, 21st November | €25.
My Favourite Murder – Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, 24th & 25th November | €49.

Many more to be announced…


Date:
Wednesday 6th November - Monday 25th November
Time:
Varies
Price:
Varies
Address:
Dublin, Ireland

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