The Blindboy Podcast Tour

The Blindboy Podcast Tour

Vicar Street, Monday 4th March 2019

Blindboy's increased notability away from Rubberbandits, has allowed for him to explore wider avenues and create perhaps outrageously mind-altering brainchildren which can only be described as courageous, yet bonkers.

With a number one selling book under his belt and a podcast that has reached interest not only in Ireland but internationally, the satirist could possibly single-handedly change people's mind set on mental health and the deafening stigma it surrounds. Outspoken, informed and empathetic, Blindboy engages his audience with an unusual touch of realism. There is a very authentic feeling of ‘freedom' Mr Boatclub exhumes which allows his listeners and participants to openly speak their mind without judgement and no topic off limits!


Date:
Monday 4th March 2019
Time:
7.30pm
Price:
€30
Address:
Vicar Street, Thomas Street, The Liberties, Dublin 8, Ireland

Google Map of Vicar Street, Thomas Street, The Liberties, Dublin 8, Ireland

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